Yes, probation can be revoked in Florida. This means that if a person violates the terms of their probation, then the court has the authority to revoke it and impose any sentence that was originally suspended or deferred.
In order for probation to be revoked, a judge must find that the defendant violated one or more of the conditions of their probation. This could include failing to pay fines, missing required meetings with their probation officer, or committing another crime while on probation. The judge also has discretion to consider mitigating factors when deciding whether or not to revoke probation.
Once a judge determines that a violation has occurred, they will hold a hearing where they will consider evidence presented by both sides and decide whether or not to revoke the probation. If revoked, the defendant may face additional penalties such as jail time or fines. It is important for anyone facing revocation of their probation to seek legal advice from an experienced attorney who can help them navigate this process and protect their rights.