Probation Violations in Orlando, FL
Contact an Orlando Probation Violation Attorney Today
Violations of probation (VOP) occur when an individual breaks the terms
of his or her probation. Circumstances that lead to probation violations
include getting arrested for another offense, not appearing for a scheduled
court appearance, or traveling out of state without the permission of
your probation officer.
If you’ve been arrested for a VOP, you need a tough Orlando
criminal defense lawyer. With more than 25 years of experience, the legal team at Longwell Lawyers
has created a culture of success by pursuing the best possible results
for our clients – and your case would be no exception.
Call an experienced probation violation attorney at (407) 593-5047 to discuss
Knowing Your Rights at a VOP Hearing
What happens when you violate your probation? For misdemeanor cases, you
can be sentenced up to twelve months in the county jail. For felony cases,
however, the resulting sentence can involve many years in prison. To avoid
any additional penalties, it’s important to know your legal rights
for your probation hearing in court.
You have the right to:
- Receive written notice of the violations against you
- Be heard by a judge in a court
- Present evidence and witnesses to support your case or refute the evidence
- Attorney representation
You have the right to retain a strong and effective legal counsel. Those
who put their trust in Longwell Lawyers can be confident that we will
work tirelessly to fight for you in court in order to secure your future.
Start Building The Defense You Need
Probation is usually given to those who are shown leniency, but this time
around it can be assumed that a judge will not be so sympathetic. With
so much at stake, you need to take immediate action by contacting our
Orlando probation violation lawyer in order to start strategizing your
defense right away.
Fill out our
free case evaluation form to start building your defense with experienced probation attorneys at
Longwell Lawyers today.