Fort Lauderdale Florida Probation Violation Lawyers
Under Florida law, probation officers maintain the right to issue a probation violation any time they suspect that an individual under their supervision has violated a term of his or her probation. When a judge executes a warrant, the probation officer will likely pursue the option of returning you to jail, until your case is resolved. The time to talk with a qualified criminal defense attorney is when you suspect that you may be in some trouble with your probation officer.
For more than 23 years, the attorneys of Benjamin, Aaronson, Edinger & Patanzo. P.A. located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, have been helping people fight charges of parole and probation violations in South Florida. Our attorneys have experience on both sides of the probation violation issue. Senior attorney James Benjamin and associate attorney Peter Patanzo are former prosecutors for Broward County, Florida. Senior attorney Daniel Aaronson is a former public defender in Miami-Dade County, Florida, with many years of experience helping probation violation offenders stay out of jail.
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If you have been charged with a probation violation, or are afraid that you will be charged with violating a term of your probation, do not wait to call. Contact our offices to schedule a free consultation right away. Sending you back to jail is not in anybody’s best interests. We can help.