Probation Violation Evaluation Form

Are you facing jail time for your violation of probation case? Is it possible to have your probation reinstated?

If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation in Broward County Florida, our attorneys will review the information that you submit by using this form and get back to you within the hour. All information submitted is absolutely confidential.

-William Moore

Violation of Probation Case Evaluation

Violation of probation case evaluation form
If either you or a loved one has been arrested for violation of probation in Broward County, we will evaluate possible defenses available based on the information submitted. You may also upload police reports and or witness statements for our review. The William Moore Criminal Defense Law Firm does not charge anything to evaluate your case.
Part 1: General information about your probation sentence

Potential defenses and predictable outcomes with regard to your pending violation of probation depend on a number of factors. The severity of the original crime charged, prior violations if any and length of time on probation without incident are some important factors that our criminal defense attorneys must consider in conducting a preliminary evaluation of your case. Please be as specific as possible when completing the following sections. If you do not know the exact dates, try to approximate the length of time that is passed between now and then.

If you are having a hard time recalling specific information about your case, try looking it up on the Broward County Clerk of Court website by conducting a Criminal Case Search.

It is important for us to know what criminal offense you were placed on probation for when evaluating possible defenses that you may have. Try to remember if you actually pled to the charges that you are arrested for or if the offense charged was broken down. Also indicate whether you resolved more than one pending criminal matter that resulted in you being placed on probation. If you happen to know the Broward County case number, please include that as well.
Give us as much information as you can, such as the judge's name that presided over your case and whether the underlying offense was a misdemeanor or a felony.