STATE v. CT
Violation of Felony Probation
Probation revoked and terminated without penalty
Client was on probation for two counts of carrying a concealed firearm, possession of cocaine, and possession of cannabis. Client lost his job, and consequently was evicted from his apartment rendering him homeless. He then returned to his home state where he lived lawfully for several years, raising a family in the process. As a result of absconding to his home state, a warrant was issued for Client for violation of felony probation. Client was picked up at his home for a separate incident and detained in his home state for several days, prior to being transported to Hillsborough County to answer his violation of probation warrant. Upon being hired, Attorney attended Client’s Violation of Probation hearing and was able to get Client’s probation revoked and terminated that day. Client was released from custody within 24 hours and incurred no further penalty.