Miami Probation Violation Attorney
How to Challenge an Alleged Probation Violation
If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation, you need a hard-hitting Miami probation violation attorney you can count on to help you retain your freedom. A simple accusation that you violated any one of the terms of your probation could easily lead to the revocation of your probation and your extended incarceration. If you want to challenge an alleged probation violation and fight to maintain the freedom you are able to enjoy as part of your probation, contact our firm at once. We will review the terms of your probation, uncover any violations of your rights, determine whether your arrest was legal and warranted, and help you gather evidence of your good character. Through a careful and concise analysis of your case we will be able to devise the best approach to building an effective criminal defense strategy on your behalf.
Our lead attorney is a former prosecutor with the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office who brings his extensive knowledge and experience to our firm so we can provide clients with hard-hitting defense strategies. Attorney Seltzer has received a 9.1 Superb Avvo Rating and was selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ list of 2010. Each of our attorneys understand what is at stake in an alleged probation violation case and we are dedicated to defending your rights. We stand ready to answer your questions and assist you with your legal needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Aggressive Representation from a Probation Violation Lawyer in Miami
Probation is a type of sentence that can be assigned to an individual who has been convicted of committing assault, battery, certain drug charges or fraud crimes, as well as other types of criminal offenses. Rather than serve the entirety of your sentence behind bars a judge can suspend your sentence and authorize your release providing that you agree to adhere to certain terms and conditions. The terms of your probation are determined based on your original conviction. Reporting in to your probation officer on a routine basis, submitting to regular drug and alcohol testing, staying out of legal trouble, not committing any additional crimes, attending court-ordered counseling, paying restitutions, and performing public service may all be required for you to maintain your freedom. If you violate your probation you will not have the right to a jury trial, you will not have the right to a bond while you await your hearing and your alleged probation violation does not need to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. What you will have is the right to due process and the right to a lawyer. Do not throw your freedom and rights away when our firm is here to help. Contact us at Seltzer Law, P.A. today.