When an individual is assigned probation, either as an alternative to jail time or after serving a shortened sentence, he or she is being given an opportunity. Along with that opportunity there are a number of strict rules and regulations which must be followed or else you will be facing a probation violation, which could very easily lead to your immediate incarceration, the cancellation of your probation, heavy fines and other penalties. Probation stipulations commonly involve not committing any new criminal offenses, reporting in to your probation officer at the pre-arranged times and locations, attending and completing your assigned community service and/or substance abuse treatment programs, paying the restitutions and fees you are required to pay, and passing all drug and UA tests.
We understand that rare, unforeseen circumstances can occur which may have prevented you from being able to fulfill your probation obligations. We also understand that if you do violate the terms of your probation, you could be facing very serious penalties, including the loss of your freedom. At the Alband Law Firm, our attorneys are committed to providing you with the strong defense you need when facing a probation violation. When you come to us, we will review your alleged violation, work diligently to see that the court gets a chance to hear your side of the story, and be the aggressive advocate you need when fighting probation violation charges. Retaining the service of a skilled criminal defense lawyer In Tarrant County could mean the difference between having your charges lessened or dismissed, and finding yourself facing imprisonment
If you have violated the terms of your probation, your immediate freedom and your future are at stake. Contact a skilled criminal defense attorney at our firm today to find out how we can help provide you with the aggressive defense you need.