Tailored Legal Defense For Probation Violations
Meeting probation requirements can be difficult. Finding a job that pays well enough to live on with a criminal record is hard. Random and unannounced searches by a probation officer of your home may occur if you are on felony probation. The slightest misstep can lead you into more legal trouble than ever, including fines or jail and prison time.
If you are on probation, it may feel as if the system is designed for you to fail.
You Need An Advocate. You Need David Mengers, Esq.
Violation of probation is a serious crime in Florida, which is why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side.
Probation violations attorney David Mengers will take the time to review your case and the circumstances that led to an allegation of a probation violation. He can provide you with a strategic defense according to your legal needs and circumstances.
Technical And New Offense Probation Violations Defense
If you work with attorney David Mengers, he will force the state to prove that you willfully violated your probation terms. A failure to pay fines or failing to inform your probation officer of a change in your address may not necessarily result in additional jail time if it was not a willful violation.
If you have been charged with a new crime, even a relatively minor offense like driving with a suspended license, you face serious consequences, including additional probation requirements and perhaps jail or prison time.
You need to know your options. As a Certified Specialist in criminal defense, David Mengers can tell you what you are facing and the potential consequences of each option.
Delay Can Make Matters Worse. Schedule An Initial Consultation Today.
Violations of probation should not be taken lightly. For experienced, expert help for your criminal defense, contact the Law Office of David Mengers to discuss your situation and legal options. You can reach his Ocala, Florida, office by calling 888-300-1595 or using this confidential online scheduling form.