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Orlando Probation Violation Attorney

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When improperly handled, probation violations have the potential to ruin your future. If you think you may have violated your probation, or if you have been arrested, we can help you. When the court decides you have violated the terms of your probation, the judge can decide that you will spend the remainder of your sentence incarcerated. In many cases, the violator will be penalized with a longer prison sentence. At Alers Law Firm, we understand it can be difficult to hold true to the various rules of your probation. Mistakes happen. Regardless of the circumstances pertaining to your probation violation, we strongly encourage you to contact our Orlando criminal defense attorney. With our skill set and winning track record in your corner, you can be confident in our ability to successfully handle your case.

  • Attorney Chavelys Alers

    Bringing Peace of Mind Through Complex Criminal Matters

    Our founding attorney began a career in law out of a genuine desire to solve problems created by the justice system and complex legal situations. She started out as a former prosecutor but has since proven her allegiance to serving the people of Orlando fight against their criminal accusations. With every legal matter that she handles, Attorney Alers strives to obtain justice and produce favorable case results that our clients would be more than happy with. Her tremendous track record of success proves that she is accomplishing just that. When your freedom is on the line, Attorney Alers is prepared to protect what matters most to you and your loved ones.

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Common Penalties

Probation is a common penalty imposed when an individual pleads guilty to a crime. Similarly to bail, the individual on probation agrees to comply with the conditions imposed by the Court. The consequences for violating probation vary dependent upon various factors. When probation is violated, there is not a specific set of rules or penalties that will be assigned. Often, probation violation will result in an extended prison sentence.

  • Imprisonment
  • Hefty Fines
  • Community Service
  • Rehabilitation
  • Revoke / Cancel Probation
  • Extend Probation Period

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What Is Considered a Violation of Probation?


    A violation of probation may include failure to report to your probation officer, failure to appear in court, failure to pay fines, failure to pay victims restitution, failure to perform community service, failure to pay court costs, and failure to attend drug counseling. Other violations include committing a new crime, fleeing the state or country, associating with known criminals / gang members, the possession of a firearm or illegal drugs, and the violation of a restraining order or protective order.

  • What Are Some Requirements Outlined In Probation?


    Most cases require that the individual serving probation maintains employment, abides by curfew, remains in restricted areas and avoids contact with the alleged victim(s) of their crime. In addition, you may be required to refrain from purchasing or consuming alcohol or drugs.

  • Do I Need to Hire a Defense Attorney?


    Regardless of the specific circumstances pertaining to your case, it is vital you have a skilled criminal defense attorney assisting you with this charge. Your rights and freedom are on the line. Don’t take chances with your future by sitting back and waiting for your charges to blow over. Be proactive. Secure the immediate assistance of our trusted legal advocate.

Rights That Are in Jeopardy After Serving Time

  • Loss of eligibility to apply for financial aid for college
  • Security clearance for certain professions such as teaching, working with children, or security
  • Voting privileges
  • Parenting rights can be taken away including custody & visiting rights
  • Loss of 2nd Amendment right to legally obtain or possess firearms
  • Cannot obtain a passport or a visa for entry into certain countries
  • Convicts are pulled into police line-ups as a potential suspect

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