Criminal Law Probation Violation

Criminal Law Probation Violation Attorney in Brandon

Probation violations:

A probation violation can mean that you did not how up for a court date while on probation, or that you committed another crime. There are different kinds of probation you can receive in Florida:

Probation— means that you have to follow specific rules and be in constant contact with your parole officer.

Administrative Probation—means that while you are on probation and have to follow the guidelines given to you, you do not have to be in constant contact with your parole officer.

Sex Offender Probation—this means that you have to follow the courts treatment plan and that a surveillance officer will be supervising you.

Community Control—This means that you are consistently under supervision and has restrictions to certain residential settings.

Community Control II—This means that you are under electronic surveillance and supervision 24/7.

Drug Offender Probation—this means that you will go through therapy, random drug testing, and are under supervision.

If you have a probation violation, call us at the Curry Law Group Immediately so we can help you understand your rights and represent you!

If you are in violation of your probation and live in the Eastern Hillsborough: Tampa, Brandon, Seffner, Valrico, Lithia area and need an experienced criminal attorney to represent you, then you have come to the right place.

The Curry Law Group can provide you with an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer in the Tampa Bay/Hillsborough County, Florida area.

Call today to find out more regarding how our firm can represent you against a variety of criminal and/or arrest charges. 

Call us at Curry Law Group TODAY!

If you are facing probation violation charges, the best advice is to contact us at Curry Law Group as soon as possible. The sooner we are able to get working on your case, the more options you will have for a better outcome.

Martindale-Hubbell has awarded Curry Law Group the prestigious “A-V” rating for attorney’s that have been voted by judges and lawyers to have the top rating in both legal ability and ethics. Curry Law Group is proud of their ability to represent clients to the fullest extent that the law allows. Clif Curry has long-standing relationships with the many members of the judiciary, having been before the Judges in the Courtrooms and served on the Thirteenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Committee along with supporting many judicial campaigns.

Defending and protecting your rights is essential. Legal problems do not normally resolve on their own. You need aggressive, compassionate representation by an experienced attorney. We understand you may feel overwhelmed but seeking legal help right away is imperative. Don’t delay. Contact an experienced attorney who can represent and defend you from an outstanding warrant charge today.

What to expect when you contact us:

Personal Touch – The first people whom you speak to when contacting our firm will be our paralegals. Together they have more than 25 years of experience working with Clif Curry, Daniel King and the rest of the Curry Law Firm. We are easily accessible, and welcome your calls to answer any questions that you may have concerning your case. You will always be treated with the utmost respect and provided with the individual care and concern. We care about our clients, and our paralegals are here for you.

To learn more about how the Curry Law Group can assist you, or your loved one facing violation of probation and a variety of other criminal charges in Hillsborough County, please call or use the form found above on this page to contact us now.

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