Violation Of Probation

Probation Violations In Florida Carry Serious Penalties

You have been convicted of a crime. You have served time in prison for a few months or perhaps years; you have stayed out of trouble and are out on probation. Maybe your criminal conviction did not result in jail time, but rather probation. You feel relieved and want to maintain the level of freedom you have attained.
But as you begin to stretch your legs – to relax a bit – you find yourself pushing the limits set up by the court. You skirt the edge of your probation or parole guidelines. Before you know it, you have violated the terms of your probation or failed to report to your parole officer and have found yourself back in jail.

At The Law Office of Randall J. Etheridge, located in Pensacola, Florida, we aim to assist you in your violation situations so that you aren’t faced with additional prison time.

Do Not Wait To Speak To A Probation Violation Attorney

Maybe you have gotten off lightly and are on probation as opposed to serving time in prison. You still have to comply with the terms of your probation. If you have failed to do so and are in need of legal support based on clear thinking, experience and skill, call on our attorneys today. We understand the seriousness of your situation when you violate probation, and we can offer invaluable assistance.

If you are in need of legal representation, call us immediately at any time of the day for a free initial consultation at 850-542-0371 or toll-free at 1-800-829-6157 in Pensacola, or contact us by email.