It is extremely important to have an attorney fight for you if you are accused of violating probation. If you are accused of violating probation, you are facing the same amount of time in jail or prison that you were originally facing prior to being placed on probation.

The two main requirements of probation and community control are to abide by the terms of the sentence (called technicals) and remain free of any new criminal law violations (called substantive).

Technical Violations involve conditions of supervision not being met. Some examples are: failure to report, failure to complete a court required program, a positive drug test.

Substantive Violations involve a new arrest while on probation.

If you have been accused of violating probation, get help with your case immediately.  Carin A. Levine will contest the impending violation of probation and fight on your behalf.

Call Carin A. Levine, the President of CarinAtLaw, P.A., today to set up a free consultation, (305) 496-9588.