Supervised Release Violations — Tampa Criminal Attorneys
After completing your prison sentence, you may be subject to a supervised release order. Violating any of the terms of your order is an extremely serious offense, and could cause you to face a range of additional penalties, including further incarceration. However, if you have been charged with a supervised release violation, there are legal defenses to help protect you — but you will need the skill of a qualified criminal defense lawyer.
Finding Solutions To Difficult Criminal Defense Matters
When you work with Mark J. O’Brien, we present you with practical options to help you deal with your criminal charges. Our lawyers have a significant track record of success and are known for their smart and effective defenses. Both partners are previous prosecutors and they now use this valuable knowledge to help our clients when dealing with the state’s attorneys.
“I believe this is improper. In this particular case, he should not be held without bond and his probation should not be violated”, attorney Mark J. O’Brien replied in response to reporters’ questions about his client’s, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens, arrest.
– Los Angeles Times
We understand how to address any type of supervised release violation, including:
- Failure to report to your parole officer
- Failure to submit to drug and alcohol tests
- Failing drug and alcohol tests
- Committing a crime
- Failure to notify your parole officer of change in address or employment
- Failure to attend court-ordered counseling or treatment
- Failure to pay any court-ordered fines or restitution to victims
After being released from prison, the last thing you want is to go back in. Let our attorneys help you find a solution to this difficult issue. As experienced Tampa criminal defense lawyers, we bring immediate credibility to your case. We handle criminal matters in the metro area and statewide.