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Fort Pierce Probation Violation Attorney

Fort Pierce Woman Arrested For Probation Violation

 

Stefani Woods made headlines in 2008 when she stole Girl Scout cookies. She took $169 from a nine-year old girl who was selling Girl Scout cookies. She was even given the name “Cookie Monster.” Additionally, Woods bragged about taking the child’s money and even poked fun of the incident on Tosh.o, which is a comedy show.Woods is making headlines once again because she has been arrested for violating her probation. She was put on probation because in 2009. Woods robbed a 50-year old drug dealer and stated that she was kidnapped. She was convicted of both kidnapping and armed robbery.

A warrant for Woods’ arrest was issued back in November 2013. She violated her probation by not reporting to her probation officer, failing to show up for urine testing and associating with people who were known criminals. Woods also had a nightly curfew that started at 10 p.m. and lasted until 6 p.m. She was arrested on Wednesday May 14, 2014 in Satellite Beach, which is a small town located between Daytona Beach and Fort Pierce.

Woods’ probation requirements were changed in May 2013 because the original conditions were broken. She is being held in a Broward County jail and could be extradited sometime next week. Gregg Lerman is Woods’ lawyer. He has stated that he has not talked to his client in months.

According to Judge Richard Oftedal, Woods had violated her probation many times in 2012. She was warned in 2013 that she could end up in jail for the rest of her life if she violated her probation one more time. He also warned her that her probation terms would not be modified again.

Probation is a burden, which is why many people end up violating it. If you or someone you know has violated probation conditions, then you should contact a Fort Pierce probation violation Attorney as soon as possible. Jonathan Jay Kirschner is board-certified and ready to take on your case. He has had experience handling many types of criminal cases. He fully understands the complexities of the criminal justice system.

It is important to remember that time is of the essence. You will need to contact Jonathan Jay Kirschner before a warrant is issued.

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