Compassionate Representation Against Probation Violation
Probation offers a person a chance to maintain their freedom after a conviction in exchange for submitting to some legal supervision. This supervision can require additional rules, and if the convicted person violates the probation, the system may be quick to throw them behind bars. If you are being accused of violating your probation, you can fight to protect yourself.
I am Florida criminal defense attorney Shlomi Presser, and I have been fighting to protect my clients against all types of criminal charges for more than 20 years. From my office of Presser Law Firm, you can find the legal representation you deserve from a lawyer who is committed to your needs.
How I Can Help You
Even when accused of violating your probation, you still have rights. As your legal representative, I can defend those rights, including:
- The right to a hearing
- The right to request a bond be set
- The right to present your own witnesses
- The right to present your own evidence
- The right to question witnesses
- The right to an attorney to represent you
It is a common tactic for someone to try and convince you that you cannot have an attorney or that you do not need one. A probation lawyer may be your best defense in your probation violation case, and it is someone whom you cannot do without. Do not let anyone try and convince you to go without legal representation.
As your lawyer, I can fight for you by trying to convince the Judge or prosecutor to drop or beat the accusation of your violation. I take the time to understand the unique details of your case and build the strongest possible defense on your behalf. I can help negotiate reduced consequences for a conviction as well.
Do Not Go through This Alone
If you are facing a probation violation accusation, get the legal representation you deserve from an experienced and committed attorney. Call my Fort Lauderdale office at 954-764-1080 or email me here to schedule your initial consultation today. Now is always the best time to contact an attorney, so do not wait to protect your needs.