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Probation Violations

Probation Violations

Facing allegations of probation violations is a serious matter that requires immediate attention and skilled legal representation. At the Law Office of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A., we understand the gravity of these accusations and are here to help individuals in West Palm Beach, FL, navigate the complexities of the legal system with confidence.

Understanding Probation Violations

Being accused of a probation violation is a significant event, as it typically implies there is evidence to suggest the violation occurred. However, it’s essential to recognize that not all violations are intentional. Misunderstandings, miscommunications, or technical issues can often lead to allegations of violations. Our experienced criminal defense attorney can assist you in demonstrating that the violation was not deliberate, potentially reducing the risk of severe consequences such as imprisonment.

The Legal Process

When facing probation violation accusations, it’s crucial to have a clear understanding of the legal process ahead. Here’s what you can expect:

Admit/Deny Hearing:

During this hearing, you have the opportunity to admit or deny the alleged violation. Depending on your plea, the court will determine appropriate penalties, which may include community service, fines, extended probation, or imprisonment.

Evidentiary Hearing:

If you deny the violation during the Admit/Deny Hearing, an evidentiary hearing may be conducted. Here, the state presents evidence to prove the alleged violation. If found guilty, the court will decide on the penalties. However, if it’s determined that no violation occurred or it was due to a technical issue, probation may continue without further consequences.

Contact Us Today

If you’re facing probation violation accusations in West Palm Beach, FL, don’t hesitate to seek legal assistance. Contact the Law Office of Patrick R. McKamey, P.A. today for a free consultation. We’re here to provide the support and advocacy you need during this challenging time. Call Patrick R. McKamey at (561) 220-6708 to start discussing your case right away.

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