People placed on extended supervision (whether probation or community control) are always at risk of being incarcerated whether it is due to a mistake, alleged non-compliance through no fault of their own. Quite often, in fact, it boils down to a probation officer not having sufficient patience to deal with the probationer. As a result, a warrant will be issued for the person’s arrest, and they will end up facing a revocation hearing and a lengthy prison sentence.

Call us today to fight against your alleged violations. If you’re facing a probation violation and have an outstanding warrant, or someone you know has been placed in custody due to probation violation, call Muñoz Law Firm to see how our attorneys can assist you or them. We can expedite your court date and either request a bond sooner or attempt to get the warrant recalled, if you are out of custody. You can reach us at any time (24 hours • 7 days a week) at (813) 657-7709.