Violation of Probation (VOP) and Community Control
If you are not given a bond when you violate your probation, you may sit in jail for a long time before seeing a judge to address the allegations. Avoid this devastating result by obtaining counsel who will seek a bail bond for you as soon as possible after being charged with a parole, probation, or community control violation.
Have you been charged with a probation or community control violation in Florida? Some of the more common reasons for probation or community control to be violated are:
Committing a new crime.
Failing a drug test as a condition of release.
Failing to pay restitution or cost of supervision.
Failing to be at the residence during hours of confinement.
Tampering with, removing, or destroying an electronic monitoring device.
Moving without permission or informing the probation officer.
Going to prohibited places without prior approval from the probation officer or the court.
Contacting the victim without the victimís consent or a court order.
If you have been charged with a new offense after being released on probation or community control, contact attorney Paul Courtright to schedule your confidential consultation about your VOP matter.
Our office is centrally located in downtown Orlando, within range of Daytona Beach and the Disney attractions. The Law Office of Paul Courtright, P.A. defends the rights of clients accused of crimes in courts throughout Florida, concentrating in Central Florida, including the counties of Orange, Seminole, Lake, Volusia, Osceola, Polk, and Marion. Central Florida cities that we practice in include, but are not limited to, Orlando, Sanford, Tavares, Deland, Daytona Beach, Kissimmee, Bartow, and Ocala.
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