Probation Lawyer Charles Holloway Defends Clients Charged with Violating Probation in Seminole, FL
Probation lawyer Charles Holloway has the knowledge, experience, and skills necessary to defend clients who have been charged with violating the terms of their probation in Seminole, Florida. Charles Holloway has been practicing law in this area for more than 30 years. After graduating from Stetson Law School and being admitted to the Florida State Bar, he began his career in 1983 as an Assistant State Attorney in Pinellas County. He remained in that position for three years, during which time he prosecuted cases ranging from low-level misdemeanors to serious felonies.
Although his time at the State Attorney’s Office provided him with significant experience trying cases and working with criminal statutes — skills that continue to serve him well in his role as a probation lawyer — Charles Holloway felt that his true calling was in representing the citizens of the Seminole, FL, area and left his position in 1986 to establish a private criminal defense firm.
One of Charles Holloway’s key areas of practice as a criminal defense attorney is representing clients charged with probation violations. He provides countless valuable services to his clients as their probation lawyer, including the following:
- Consulting with them regarding strategies for their defense
- Advising them on steps to take prior to returning to court — such as attending substance abuse therapy or counseling sessions — that may maximize their chances of success
- Negotiating settlements, where appropriate
- Representing them at evidentiary hearings, if their cases are not settled
In addition to probation violations, lawyer Charles Holloway regularly represents clients charged with DUIs, drug offenses, thefts and burglaries, sexual offenses, domestic violence, assaults and batteries, and restraining order violations. He also helps clients who are seeking to seal or expunge their criminal records.
If you’re in the Seminole, FL, area and you’ve been charged with violating the terms of your probation, please call lawyer Charles Holloway today. Our office is conveniently located nearby and we offer flexible appointment times to accommodate your busy schedule. Our office is open from 8:00AM to 5:00PM Monday to Friday, but probation lawyer Charles Holloway is available to meet during evenings and on weekends, if needed.