Defense Attorney for Probation Violations
Accused of violating probate? Let Bogle Law fight for you!
When an inmate is released from prison because he or she has served out
their time or has been given parole (early release due to good behavior),
then the person is put on probation once they are released. A probation
violation occurs when a person violates one or more terms of his or her
One mandatory requirement for probation may be that the defendant checks
in with his or her probation officer periodically, such as once a month.
Failure to report to a probation officer may qualify as a violation of
probation and may result in the issuance of a warrant for the arrest of
Attorney Bogle has been working with clients in Charlotte County, South
Sarasota County and Arcadia and is a former State Prosecutor, having extensive
experience as a trial attorney. She is also a Florida Board Certified
Criminal Trial Attorney and will be able to provide you with strong legal
assistance in the handling of your probation violation.
The Probation Violation Process
When a person’s probation officer becomes aware that you have committed
any type of violation or believes that you have violated probation, he
or she will issue a warrant for your arrest. Law enforcement, or your
probation officer, will arrest you and bring you before the court. You
will be entitled to a hearing to contest this violation because you have
legal rights to due process.
There are many types of probation violations. Following are some examples
in Florida: failure to report to your assigned probation officer, failure
to appear in court, failure to attend court-ordered counseling, drug or
alcohol abuse, associating with a known criminal or organization or arrest
for a new criminal offense.
Probation violations can be a serious matter as one can go back to jail
for violating one. The
attorneys at Bogle Law understand the severity of the situation and will help you through every
step of the process.
Florida Board Certified Lawyer, Tauna R. Bogle P.A.
For anyone who has violated their probation, they will need to obtain professional
advice and assistance to deal with the consequences. The penalties enforced
on a person that has violated his probation can be possibly lead to being
once again incarcerated.
Accused of violating the terms of your probation?
Call Florida Certified Trial Lawyer Tauna R. Bogle, P.A. today to schedule a free consultation about your
criminal defense case.