Martin County Probation Violation Attorney
Aggressive Criminal Defense Representation in Stuart
In the wake of a criminal conviction, no matter if it was for a DUI, a
theft crime or a
drug crime such as those relating to
prescription drugs, it is not unlikely that you will be placed under probation. One of the most widely used penalties for criminal action, a probation or a parole gives limited freedom to the accused, keeping them outside of jail, while still having them follow strict terms (such as curfew, place of residence, banned possession of alcohol and more). This, while better than incarceration, is not an easy existence and can, in fact, be confusing, complex and difficult to understand.
For this reason, it is often far too easy to violate or misunderstand your terms; if you have recently been charged with violating your probation, it is therefore extremely important that you do not hesitate to contact an aggressive Martin County criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible to discuss your options. A successful conviction of this kind can have life-altering and long-lasting consequences that should not be ignored - if you are convicted, you could be facing extended probation, stricter terms or you could be ordered to spend time in jail.
Why hire a criminal defense attorney?
At David Golden, P.A., we understand the stress that you are under and are therefore completely devoted to ensuring that our clients receive the legal assistance that they truly deserve. If you choose to work with us, you can breathe easier knowing that you have years of experience backing you up as you fight to prove your innocence and defend your rights. Criminal cases can be complex;
do not make the mistake of representing yourself in a situation with so much on the line. Get a hold of our legal team and learn how we can put our knowledge and experience to work for you.