Probation Violation

You Could Wind up in Jail

When an individual is put on probation after committing a crime, it usually saves them from incarceration. There are specific terms that the court sets forth that must be complied with in order to avoid going to jail, and when any of those terms are violated, whether by accident or intended, it is likely that you could be ordered to serve time. Warrants are generally issued for:

  • Not appearing in court
  • Failing to enroll in or complete a mandatory program or class
  • Losing your job
  • Not reporting to your probation officer
  • Being arrested and charged with a new crime

If you have violated the terms of your probation, it is vitally important that you immediately consult with a highly competent Daytona Beach criminal defense attorney that has a record of success in handling probation violation cases. If you do not effectively defend yourself, it is likely that you will be required to serve time in jail.

Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer in Daytona Beach

At Buckmaster & Ellzey, our lawyers understand that accidents and misunderstandings happen and we can help you in your legal situation. We are extremely well versed and experienced in successfully defending individuals facing charges for probation violations and can provide you with the level of representation you need and deserve.

We are committed to zealously advocating your rights and interests and can employ a number of defensive tactics that can help you avoid or mitigate the penalties associated with your charges. Your future freedom is our number one priority in a probation violation case and we will relentlessly pursue the best possible result for you in your situation.

Contact a Daytona Beach probation violation lawyer at our firm now for solid legal advice and effective representation when facing jail or other penalties for a probation violation.