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How I Can Help You In Probation Violations Cases

Fort Pierce Criminal Defense Lawyer Outlines Probation Terms

When people are convicted of a criminal offense, they are sometimes granted a probation sentence in lieu of jail time. If you have been assigned a probation sentence, then you will have been given certain terms to comply with during this period. These terms may include the following among many others:

If you are found to be in violation of any of these terms, then you could face serious penalties such as jail time, fines, and others. As the Fort Pierce criminal lawyer of T. Charles Shafer, Attorney at Law, I am dedicated to helping my clients pursue the results that they need in the criminal charges that they face.


Defending Fort Pierce, Florida Residents

The penalties for violation of probation terms can be extremely serious, so it is imperative that you have skilled representation on your side that understands this issue, and can provide you with the defense of your case that you need for your future. I have more than 29 years of legal experience, and I have been serving the criminally accused residents of Fort Pierce, Florida for many of these years. You can be sure that I will stand by you and work to leave no stone uncovered and to expose every flaw in the prosecution’s case.

There are many individuals who make mistakes, and there are many situations where a misunderstanding can turn into a charge for probation violation. If you have been arrested and charged with this offense, then you need to seek the assistance of my firm. I offer a *free case evaluation so that you may obtain some legal advice and information regarding your situation before making any financial commitment to my firm. Contact me today to begin the process of retaining the legal assistance that you need.

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