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“The Court May Not Provide a Bond For a Violation of Probation”
If there are reasonable grounds to believe you materially violated the conditions of probation or community control, then the court may issue a warrant for your arrest. The court may or may not provide a bond for your release pending resolution of the violation proceedings. In some circumstances, the court is prohibited from providing a bail for your release; such as if you are classified as a Violent Felony Offender of Special Concern or have been arrested for a qualifying offense and the violation is for anything other than a failure to pay costs, fines, or restitution.
A violation of probation or community control is a serious matter because you may be adjudicated guilty for the original charges. This can significantly affect your civil rights. Additionally, you may be sentenced to jail or prison. It is important you speak with an attorney to determine if you have legal defenses to your case. When you hire The Law Firm of Christopher D. Baehman, PLLC, I will help you evaluate your defenses and develop a strategy for resolving your case.
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