Fort Worth Probation Violation Attorney
The Consequences of Probation Violations
When you fail to adhere to the terms of your probation, or actively violate
one of those terms, you can face serious penalties that include the court
modifying or revoking your probation. If your probation or parole officer
feels that a violation has occurred, they can notify the court, who may
issue a warrant for your arrest. Once detained, you could be held without
bail until the sentencing judge is available to hear your case. That is
why it is important to contact an experienced
Fort Worth criminal attorney who can represent you in your case.
Oftentimes there is a very simple explanation for the actions of an individual
who has been charged with violation of their probation. An experienced
attorney can present your reasons to the court to ensure them that you
are telling the truth, and may be able to get the charges against you
lessened or dismissed.
Legal Representation in your Probation Violation Case
Probation violations can come in a myriad of forms, including:
- Committing a new offense
- Failing a UA
- Failure to report to your probation officer
- Failure to complete community service
- Failure to pay restitution or fines
These violations can result in the revocation of your probation and a return
to jail. Retaining the services of a competent attorney can help you possibly
avoid such consequences, through skilled representation on your behalf.
The Alband Law Firm has many years of experience in representing clients
in their criminal cases, and we can provide you with our knowledgeable
and dedicated service for your probation violation case.
We understand that many violations that occur are not willful or are unintentional,
and we will ensure that the court hears your side of the story so that
your chances of a successful outcome to your case are increased.
Contact us today to request a free case evaluation!