Mitigating The Impact Of Probation Violations
In Florida, over 166,000 people are on supervised release or probation. This means that almost one in every 130 people is on probation or limited release. While probation often can offer convicted people the opportunity to reintegrate into their community, the terms of probation can be strict and even a minor violation can disrupt a person’s progress and lead to reincarceration.
The attorneys at Campbell & Madden, PLLC understand that your liberty is vulnerable, and we will stand by your side. Reach our firm today at 888-646-1535.
Protecting You From Arbitrary Probation Violations
Probation requirements should help you avoid reentry into the criminal justice system, often referred to as recidivism. Unfortunately, this often means that those on probation must abide by subjective rules that vary based on their probation officer’s individual approach. Even a simple violation, like the ones below, can lead to reimprisonment:
- Missing a meeting with your probation officer
- Consumption of alcohol
- Missing a court date
- Minor community complaints or interactions with law enforcement
At Campbell & Madden, PLLC, our lawyers rely on over 40 years of combined experience to help create legal paths forward.
Well-Reasoned Advocacy That Judges Respect
If your probation is at risk, you must intervene calmly and with a well-prepared legal ally. Our attorneys are long-standing trial attorneys who frequently speak with judges about the law. They can help make your case as clear and convincing as possible. Call our office or reach us online.