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Tampa, Florida, VOP Lawyer

If you have been sentenced to a term of probation to perform a variety of special conditions and fail to perform the terms and conditions of probation the judge who originally sentenced you will issue a warrant for your arrest for Violation of Probation (VOP).

In some cases, the judge will set a bond on a warrant and you will be able to bond out. However in most cases, a NO BOND is placed on the warrant and the client is forced to turn him or herself in without the possibility of posting a bond.

Hiring a lawyer prior to turning yourself in or being arrested will be helpful in several different ways. Your attorney can contact the judge and assistant state attorney and possibly negotiate a bond you will be able to make.

The Law Office of Bryant A. Scriven will obtain a copy of the affidavit for the VOP and inform you of the defenses available to you. The state must be able to prove the violation was a "willful" violation to hold you accountable. Additionally, we may be able to extend your probation so you can complete the terms and conditions without being found to be in violation.

If you believe you have an outstanding warrant for VOP or your probation officer or community control officer is about to violate you, contact our firm immediately for a free consultation.

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402 East 7th Avenue Tampa, Fl 33602 • 813.226.8522 • Email Us at: Bryant@ScrivenLawFirm.com
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