Violation of Probation in Bartow, Polk County, Florida

The consequences of a violation of probation in Bartow, Polk County are serious. In many of these cases, even for a misdemeanor violation of probation, such as DUI or possession of marijuana, the Polk County Judge may issue a "no bond" warrant for your arrest.

After your arrest, your case may not be schedule for a hearing on the violation of probation affidavit for weeks.

Instead of sitting in jail for several weeks, many people can benefit from hiring an attorney to file a motion for bond or to move up the VOP hearing date.

Your attorney can also help you come up with ways to come into compliance with any remaining terms or to explain any technical violation. If you were arrested for a new felony or misdemeanor offense, your attorney can represent you on that offense as well.

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If you believe that your probation officer is about to issue an affidavit for a probation violation in your Polk County case, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney that fights violation of probation cases at the courthouse in Bartow, Polk County, today to discuss your case.

Violation of probation can occur in a variety of felony and misdemeanor cases, such as DUI, reckless driving, driving while license suspended or revoked, possession of marijuana, felony drug charges, domestic battery, or child abuse.

Call our office to discuss the facts of your case with an attorney during a free consultation by calling 813-250-0500. Click here for more information hiring a criminal attorney for Polk County, Florida. Don't face the judge alone.

Glossary of Criminal Terms - Probation - According to the glossary of commonly used terms in the criminal justice system on the website for the County Clerk in Polk County, the term "probation" is defined as: "An alternative to imprisonment allowing a person found guilty of an offense to stay in the community, usually under conditions and under the supervision of a probation officer. A violation of probation can lead to its revocation and to imprisonment."

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