Did you, a friend or family member take a probation sentence as an alternative to jail or prison? Have you violated the terms of your probation? Did you know that a probation violation can lead to the reinstatement of your original sentence-and possibly an extension of that original sentence due to your alleged failure to obey the terms of your probation?
Probation Violation in Texas
If you are facing allegations of probation violation, allow us at K&M to provide you with the aggressive criminal defense representation you will need to protect your freedom. Whether you are facing a probation revocation or violations due to being charged with a new offense or violations of your previous probation term.
We are extremely familiar with the complicated nature of this kind of situation and can help you, if you are facing a motion to revoke probation (MTR) as a result of a probation violation, such as:
- Commission of a new offense
- Failure to pay fines and/or restitution
- Failure to report to your probation officer
- Failure to pass a drug test
- Failure to complete community service
- Failure to complete counseling (e.g. drug rehabilitation, alcohol treatment, anger management)
- Possession of a firearm
Talk to a lawyer about probation violation in Texas today.
Contact us to discuss your defense and what options might be available to you. Do not consider going through this without legal counsel at your side as your freedom is likely on the line. We understand the severity of probation violation in Texas because you are faced with the possibility of maximum punishment on the original charge. in addition, a probation revocation may affect your livelihood and employment opportunities so it is very important to have effective and aggressive attorneys on your side in the final disposition of such cases. We will do our best to answer all your questions and help you understand the process from beginning to end.