Probation Violation Attorney in Bradenton
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For some criminal convictions, probation may be granted as an alternative
to jail time. Following the specific court-ordered rules in your probation
is essential if you want to maintain your freedom. If you are found guilty
of violating the terms of your probation, then a judge may impose the
maximum penalty for your original crime, including jail time and additional
fees. Don't wait to talk to an experienced Bradenton probation violation
lawyer about your probation violation and how you can fight for your freedom.
Attorney Scott Miller is a former prosecutor who is ready to put his over
20 years of proven experience to work for you.
Examples of parole violations include:
- Skipping a meeting with probation officer
- Missing schedule court appearances
- Traveling out of state without permission
- Failing a drug test
- Failing to pay restitution or fines
about your probation violation today.
Types of Probation Violations
There are generally two different types of probation violations. The first
one involves the commission of a new offense, either a misdemeanor or
a felony. A conviction of this new offense would be grounds for a probation
violation. The second type of probation violation involves a technical
violation, which involves breaking the rules of the court, such as missing
a meeting with your probation officer or changing your address without
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If you are being accused of violating probations, there are ways to fight
back. A skilled former prosecutor at The Miller Law Firm, P.A. can go
over your case and work diligently to protect your future. Whether you
have been charged with a technical violation or a new offense, a seasoned
defense lawyer at the firm is ready to aggressively fight on your behalf.
Responding 24/7 to any emergencies.
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