College Football Potential with Florida Violation of Probation Trouble

Jamar Hornsby, Ole Miss football signee, is already in trouble in Mississippi, after being arrested and charged with aggravated assault in Starkville on March 2nd for allegedly using brass knuckles on a man resulting in his severe injury. Hornsby was arrested in May 2008 while a member of the Florida football team and eventually convicted of four misdemeanor counts of credit card fraud in Alachua County, FL. He used a friend’s credit card following her death in 2007, buying almost $3,000 worth of gas. After his arrest, Hornsby was kicked off the Florida team. As part of his punishment, he was sentenced to a year of probation in December.

Theft and violation of probation (VOP) are criminal matters dealt with by local authorities and prosecutors with zeal and veracity. Do not let them throw the book at you; you need to fight back with an experience and ready lawyer.


Violation of probation is Florida is one of the most commonly handled criminal cases Attorney Ralph Behr handles on a day-to-day basis. Mr. Behr knows every avenue to take in getting your case to its positive verdict. Do not hesitate on retaining a lawyer that knows the law and knows how to apply it your situation. With over 30 years of experience, Ralph Behr will work on your case with care and precision. All cases from Palm Beach down through Miami-Dade are within the range of his law offices in Fort Lauderdale.