What you need to know about Probation Revocation
If you know that you are under investigation for a probation violation, it is in your best interest to consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
Many people make the mistake of speaking with the police, investigators or employees of other law enforcement agencies prior to consulting an attorney.
What are Violations of Probation
If you feel that you may have committed a probation revocation or have been arrested and face a probation revocation, contact us today to speak with an experienced Conroe Criminal Lawyer about your case.
In the state of Texas, a violation of probation could be:
- An arrest during your period of probation
- Missing a course or treatment meeting assigned to you per your probation agreement
- Drug offenses (including possession of drugs)
- Possession of a firearm
- Traveling or moving out of the state of Texas
- And more…
Our Conroe Criminal Attorney Is Highly Effective
Following a probation violation, you and one of our Conroe criminal lawyers will attend a parole violation hearing. At this hearing, it will be decided if you merit any more legal consequences.
Our Conroe Criminal Lawyers work quickly to ensure that the rights of every client are protected. If you are facing a probation revocation, let us help you. Contact our office today to speak with a Conroe criminal lawyer about your case.