Violating probation is a crime in the State of Florida. You may have faced severe consequences for the crime that led to probation in the first place. If you subsequently violate probation, you may now be facing a felony charge, increased penalties, and even additional jail time.

Whether you are on probation for DUI or another criminal offense, you must understand how Florida's probation laws and different types of evidence will affect your case. If the prosecution has a solid foundation for their case, you may face felony charges. If you know a probation violation charge is coming, contact Jared F. Bossola to help you understand your options and protect your rights. He can pursue alternative sentencing strategies that can allow you to minimize jail time.

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