Probation may be ordered by a judge as part of a sentence for someone who has been found guilty of, or had adjudication withheld for, a crime.
As an alternative to incarceration, probation allows the individual to live in the community while being supervised by a probation officer.
Florida Justice Center assists those on probation with early termination, modification of terms of supervision, and obtaining travel permits.
How We Help
We can help you deal with whatever is thrown your way. Florida Justice Center is the support network you need to succeed in supervision. Our team of lawyers is ready and willing to work with you to address any barriers to success that you are having while on probation.
Some of the services we assist with include early termination of probation, modification of terms of supervision, and obtaining travel permits.
- You must:
- Be on some form of post-conviction supervision.
- If seeking early termination, have completed at least 50% of the court-ordered term of supervision (while this is not statuory, it is a program requirement).
- You cannot:
- Have a pending violation
- Have a warrant
- Owe any fines, fees, court costs, restitution, or outstanding costs to probation
- Have been found in violation of probation for at least six months before the date of application for assistance
We DO NOT provide representation for technical violations, substantive violations, or warrants.