If you are suspected of violating the terms of your probation, the best investment you can make is to obtain experienced legal help. The standard of proof in probation hearings is the preponderance of evidence. Unlike other areas of criminal defense, the prosecution is not forced to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you violated the terms of your probation.
When the stakes are high, consult the law firm of Larson, Thompson & Sanchez. Our law firm includes former prosecutors with extensive experience handling probation and parole violation cases. We know firsthand how to try and stay ahead of the prosecution at every turn possible. We are committed to protecting your constitutional rights, while seeking to mitigate any potential ramifications.
Probation terms can vary greatly in felony and misdemeanor cases. We offer a detailed approach focused on understanding the facts of your case. Whether you are accused of skipping a hearing, failing a drug test or committing another crime, we are here to protect your rights. Contact our criminal defense law firm today for a free initial consultation.
Protecting Clients' Rights When Accused of Violating Probation in Florida
Our law firm's Tallahassee criminal defense attorneys have decades of experience representing clients accused of violating the terms of their probation when convicted of felony and misdemeanor criminal charges, including:
- DUI/DWI driving
- Drug charges
- Sex crimes
- Domestic violence
- White collar crimes
- Shoplifting, theft, robbery and burglary
We understand you likely feel overwhelmed. The last thing you need is to be left with any surprises. You need real answers. We are committed to protecting your constitutional rights, while addressing all of your legal concerns. Our defense attorneys will help you navigate through the legal system so you know what to expect from a trial with a judge. Depending on the circumstances of your case, the judge may try to add additional terms to your probation or extend the length of your probation. The judge could decide to continue your probation or parole with no added provisions.
We are committed to helping you take any actions necessary to improve your standing with the court. Any proactive measures, including time in a treatment program can help improve your chances of resolving your case faster. We are committed to presenting your case in the best way possible to help reduce the penalties against you.
Contact Our Highly Skilled Leon County Parole Violation Lawyers
When you select our law firm, we will conduct a thorough investigation into the facts against you. If you did not violate the terms of your parole or probation, we will fight hard for the allegations to be dropped. Contact our law firm online or call us locally at 815-810-3014 or toll free at 712-472-1206 today for a free initial consultation with a highly skilled probation violation attorney.