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Violation of Probation and Motions

Citrus County Post Conviction & Motion Practice Lawyer

What Is Post Conviction?

Post conviction is defined as “the legal process which takes place after a criminal trial results in a conviction of the defendant, or where a defendant accepts a plea of guilty or no-contest. 

After conviction, a court will proceed with sentencing the defendant. In the criminal justice system, once a defendant has received a guilty verdict, he or she can then challenge a conviction or sentence.”

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What Is Motion? 

motion is a “request to a court for a desired ruling or order. Various motions can be made throughout a case, but only after the initial complaint has been filed.”

Why Should You Consider a Motion?

For those who have been found guilty and are currently in the midst of their post-conviction period, there is hope to appeal the decision made. In some cases, filing a motion can be beneficial for those who feel their conviction was unjust and would like to further explore their case. Motions can provide needed relief from an undeserved conviction. Florida’s Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.850 outlines the ground for motion. However, it is important to note that motions may not always be successful, and one should seek professional guidance prior to filing. 

The process of filing a motion can be complicated and time consuming. Caughey Law, PLLC has experience in this area and is here to make the process as efficient as possible. Our knowledgeable attorney understands the intricacies of motion filings and can provide comprehensive assistance throughout the process. From preparing briefs and documents to representing you at hearings, we are here to walk you through every step. With Caughey Law, PLLC you can be sure that your rights are properly represented.

Our team is experienced in filing the following motions:

  • Motion to recall capias (FTA)
  • Motion for bond
  • Motion to modify probation/community control
  • Early term probation 
  • Travel permissions while on probation

Furthermore, Florida motions must be made in writing unless made during a hearing or trial. Reach out to Caughey Law, PLLC to discuss how we may assist you in this process. Call today for a free consultation at (352) 645-2215 or schedule with us online.

Post Conviction Legal Services 

Serving Citrus, Hernando, Sumter & Marion Counties

At our firm, we believe that no one should have to go through the complicated process of filing a motion alone. With over a decade of experience, attorney Bryan Caughey is equipped to understand every unique situation our clients face. Not only do we visit the jail weekly for direct communication with incarcerated clients, but we also take every client's case personally and work with them throughout the legal process. 

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