Probation violations occur any time a person violates the terms of probation outlined by a Texas judge. It is important to work with an experienced attorney if you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation or you could be arrested, jailed or imprisoned.
Texas Probation Violation Lawyer
Certified Criminal Defense Attorney Helping With Probation Violations
The consequences of violating probation can be harsh. It is important to meet whatever guidelines the court sets for you and complete the terms in accordance with Texas state law. Life can sometimes make it difficult if not impossible to do this — for instance, dates may pass and suddenly you find yourself with an arrest warrant hanging over your head. There are many ways to resolve this effectively, but it is important to have a knowledgeable probation violation lawyer working with you to avoid more jail time or penalties. Attorney Keith G. Allen is here to help.
Law Offices of Keith G. Allen, PLLC handle cases involving:
- Petitions to Revoke Probation
- Motions to Adjudicate Guilt
- Probation Violations
- Motions to Set Bail
Violating your probation is serious. Don’t take any chances by “going it alone.” We can help.