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Probation Violation Attorneys in Gainesville

Protecting Your Rights & Helping You Retain Your Freedom

If you have been convicted of a criminal offense, one of the possible penalties you may have been given is probation. Probation is a sentence that may be imposed upon you instead of imprisonment, where a judge sets certain conditions that you must follow for a period of time. To ensure that you follow the conditions of the probation and do not deviate, you may be put under the supervision of a probation officer who will check in on you from time to time.

The conditions of your probation may include:

  • Submit to a mental health evaluation
  • Obey all laws, federal, state, county, and municipal
  • Not possess dangerous animals, firearms, or other weapons
  • If you are physically able, find a full-time job or go to approved schooling
  • Pay restitution, fines, supervision fees, and other costs as ordered by the court
  • Not possess or use controlled substances except in certain cases, such as a valid medical prescription
  • Consent to searches by the probation officer if they have reasonable grounds to believe you violated probation

The possible conditions of your probation are abundant and you should know all of them well to avoid unintentional violations. If you do violate your probation and were caught or were accused of violating your probation even though you did not, retain experienced representation immediately. Otherwise, you could be convicted and face severe penalties such as imprisonment.

Effective & Personalized Representation

At Dunham & Ingram, our probation violation attorneys in Gainesville know this area of law better than the backs of our hands. With decades of experience under our belts, we have helped countless clients who were accused of violating the conditions of their probation. As a result, our team is intimately familiar with the related procedures, paperwork, and laws, and can effectively navigate you through the legal system. Regardless of what law enforcement or your probation officer has accused you of doing, you can trust our attorneys to protect your rights and fight for your best interests.

Call Dunham & Ingram today at (352) 415-2896 or contact us online to learn about how our Gainesville probation violation lawyers can protect you. Call now for a free consultation.

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