Many folks are unaware of the specifics of their curfew on felony probation. Violations of curfew on felony probation lead to many Tampa violations of probation (VOP). Unfortunately, many folks on probation simply do not know what specifically the curfew actually entails, when they either accept the terms of their probation or are sentenced to the terms of probation. In Tampa, many individuals are sentenced to curfews after violating their probation and being sentenced by Judge Perry on their technical violation of probation.
Specifically, the curfew requires that individuals be inside their residence by a set time, generally 10:00 PM. It is important to note that this does not mean that someone just has to be in any home at 10:00 PM, they must be in their specific residence. Unfortunately, many people on probation just believe they cannot be out on the streets at that time and this obviously leads to many violations of probation.
If you or someone you know has questions about a Tampa violation of probation or VOPs, contact the Tampa violation of probation attorneys of Hackworth Law for a free case consultation. We have handled thousands of violations of probation and VOPs throughout the Tampa Bay area including Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Manatee and Polk counties. If you would like to contact one of our Tampa violation of probation attorneys immediately, please use the “contact us now” tab in the upper right hand corner of our website. We appreciate you taking the time to check out our Tampa violation probation attorney blog and look forward to working with you.