A failure to comply charge refers to a person who has not upheld his or her terms of a sentence. When convicted of a crime, the defendant will often receive a sentence including fines, community service, counseling or probation. These are court-ordered obligations which must be met. If they are not met, that is the criminal offense of failure to comply.
Florida courts have cracked down on failure to comply cases by issuing warrants for the arrest of those individuals who have violated the terms of their probation or who have failed to carry out their court-ordered sentences. If you have an arrest warrant out in your name, a Florida law enforcement officer can track you down or stop you at any moment and arrest you. What affect would an arrest have on you? What affect would it have on your reputation?
If you have been charged with a failure to comply with a Florida court-ordered obligation, contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately. With the help of a skilled lawyer, you may be able to avoid being arrested at all, particularly when your attorney accompanies you to the police station or to court to explain your situation and remedy it.
The failure to comply may occur unintentionally or intentionally, but regardless of the circumstances or whether you had good reason, you must get representation from an experienced attorney who has the resources and knowledge necessary to protect your interests. When you work with a warrant attorney at Finebloom & Haenel, you have the backing of dedicated legal professionals who are working for you, to help you. We have no hidden agenda and we only want to assert your rights and help you avoid jail time and harsh penalties.
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