You need to hire a criminal defense attorney to represent you. He/she will review all the documents, show a valid license to your PO and represent you on the new charge, and hopefully get it dismissed PRIOR to any hearing scheduled to revoke your probation. Get counsel.
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It is possible that you could avoid jail time, but it will be an uphill battle. Although the fact that you now have a valid DL is extremely helpful for your new law offense- and may result in the State agreeing to lower your Driving While License Suspended charge down to a No Valid License charge. However, that will not have as big an effect on the VOP, because the judge in that case is less concerned with what the offense was and more concerned with the fact that you committed another crime while you were already on probation. You should definitely contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can try and convince your probation officer that you will be successful on another term of probation. If your probation officer agrees, often times the State and the Judge will go along with it because they believe that your PO knows you best.Ask a similar question
I agree with my colleagues. Another important factor is what the charge is that you are currently on probation for. If it is a driving related offense, that certainly would increase the chances of an unfavorable outcome
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You may have a chance to avoid jail time. Having a valid DL helps. Contact a local criminal defense attorney for a consultation.
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Yes, it is possible. Other factors that may be important, are you employed? Why were you driving? Was it an emergency? At the time that you were stopped for the driving offense, would you have otherwise have been able to obtain a valid DL? Obviously, your original charge was probably a drug charge hence the drug screening and Florida takes driving offenses very seriously. You might want to consider hiring an experienced lawyer to handle your VOP case, especially since jail is being recommended. You can call me for a free consultation if you like, I cover the Fort Myers area.Ask a similar question
You should really retain a criminal defense attorney. You could possibly avoid going to jail with the appropriate motion and presentation of evidence of a valid driver's license. Of course that depends on what your previous criminal charges were. Good luck.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.