Often times, people are placed on probation for a significant length of time. Sometimes, while on probation, people experience significant changes in their lives, which are complicated by the fact that they are still on probation. Depending on the circumstances, the Florida probation attorneys at Dicembre & Nace may be able to help you terminate your probation early so you may move on with your life in a positive manner without the complication of remaining on supervision, dealing with the time and expense of monthly reporting, drug testing, etc. Our Central Florida defense lawyers have assisted many individuals terminate their probation early. If you or a family member is interested in terminating probation early, please call Dicembre & Nace today and let us help.
Sometimes, work or family situations can keep good people from being able to complete conditions of their probation, such as community service hours, in a timely manner. Sometimes, unforseen financial hardships or changes in circumstance, make it difficult to attend court ordered classes or counseling. In these situations, it is important to communicate with your probation officer in order to avoid a violation of probation. The answer, in many cases, is as simple as hiring a defense attorney to petition the court for a modification of the conditions of your probation or asking the judge for an extension of time.
Our Florida probation attorneys have successfully sought modifications of probation in both felony cases and misdemeanor cases for many clients in the past. In most circumstances, hiring a defense lawyer to successfully modify your probation is easier, less stressful and more cost effective than dealing with a potential violation of probation. If you or a family member is having difficulty with their probation or court ordered supervision in Orlando, Winter Park, Kissimmee or anywhere in the Central Florida area, please contact our Central Florida criminal defense lawyers for a free consultation. Call us today at (407) 649-1657 and let us help you seek a modification of your probation. You may also fill out our online form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.