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DUI Probation – Florida DUI Law

When you are convicted of DUI, you may be placed on probation as part of your sentence. Probation is certainly better than serving time in jail; however, probation is a serious matter that should not be taken lightly. You could face harsh penalties if you violate your probation. If you have violated the conditions of your probation, contact a Tampa DUI attorney right away. There may be an outstanding bench warrant issued for your arrest. A Tampa DUI lawyer can provide legal counsel and help minimize the effects of violating your probation.

Possible Penalties For Violating DUI Probation:
  • Imprisonment in County or State Jail for the remainder of your probation period
  • Extended probationary period
  • Court ordered community service
  • Loss of driving privileges
Contact a Florida DUI Lawyer Today

If you are on DUI probation and are potentially violating your probation or have already failed to satisfy the terms of your probation, contact us to speak with a Tampa DUI attorney. We can answer your questions and take legal action to help protect you from being subjected to the penalties listed above for violating DUI probation. Contact us today by phone, email, or website form to schedule a free, confidential consultation with a Tampa DUI lawyer experienced in probation matters.

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