Violation of Probation Attorney (lawyer)
Orlando Violation of Probation Attorney (lawyer) providing professional
Violation of Probation legal services in Orlando, Winter Park,
and the entire Central Florida Area.
an individual is accused of a violation of probation they are not
being charged with a new crime. Since the individual has already
been given probation in sentencing, a proven violation of that
probation can result in instating a new penalty handed down
according to the sentencing guidelines of the underlying crime the
individual was originally convicted of.
The courts take
violations of probation very seriously because by giving you
probation instead of jail time
at the time of conviction, they have shown a leap of faith that you
have the ability to stay out of trouble and follow the rules of an
imposed probation. When you violate the probation, you have also
violated the courts trust, which they do not respond favorable to if
the violation of probation is proven to exist.
The Law Firm of Kendall L Horween,
P.A., is designed to deal swiftly and conscientiously
with the issues and challenges encountered by my clients
in an ever changing legal environment. My experience as
a former prosecutor has been instrumental in the
thousands of criminal defense cases which I have
professionally handled to resolution.
Do not take your legal rights lightly,
contact Kendall L Horween, P.A., today by calling
to schedule a free confidential consultation with an experienced
Orlando probation violation Attorney (lawyer).
An individual may be accused of violating their
probation as a result of a Technical Violation or a
Technical Violation of Probation
A technical violation of probation is when an individual
violates the special conditions of their imposed
probation. This type of violating the terms of probation
does not involve committing a new crime. Common
technical violations of probation include:
your address without permission;
pay court costs or fines;
appear for a probation meeting;
to a probation meeting;
complete court-ordered classes.
Substantive Violation of Probation
A substantive violation of probation is when an
individual violates the conditions probation by the act
of committing a new crime. If convicted of the new
crime, the individual will not only face the sentencing
of the new crime, but also have the sentencing
guidelines of the associated crime which lead to your
probation being instated as well.
One of the pitfalls of being accused of a new crime is
that even if you are found "not guilty" of the new
alleged crime, the court has the authority to revoke
your probation and reinstate the original conviction and
sentencing guidelines. Unlike your original trial, in a
violation of probation hearing, the prosecution must
only prove that a "preponderance of the evidence"
Depending upon the circumstances and
evidence against you, Kendall L Horween, P.A., may be able
to get the violation of probation
or successfully defend you and your legal rights in a
violation of probation hearing.
violation of probation cases, I always strive to
provide the highest standard of legal representation for
each and every client.
My first goal is to get your charges
dropped. My Second goal is to keep you out of jail.
Contact Kendall L
Horween, P.A., today to speak with an experienced Orlando
Violation of Probation Attorney
644-0554 or use our
case submission form
to schedule a
free confidential consultation regarding your
violation of probation legal issues.
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Kendall L. Horween, P.A.
1211 Orange Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789
Fax: (407) 691-0554
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