If you have been accused of violating the terms and conditions of your probation, it is essential that you receive help in fighting your probation revocation. At The Clark Law Firm in Fort Worth, our criminal defense and probation revocation lawyer can help.
Have you been accused of violating the terms and conditions of your probation or parole? Contact The Clark Law Firm at 866-941-2598 or 817-717-1051.
Probation can be revoked for violation of terms and conditions following misdemeanor or felony charges. We have helped individuals accused of a broad range of violations, including:
- Failed urine analysis and other drug tests
- New criminal offenses
- Alcohol-related violations
- Failure to report to a probation officer
- Failure to perform community service or pay fines
- Failure to attend classes
- Technical probation violations
Probation Revocation Can Have Serious Consequences. Let Us Help Protect You And Your Family.
Our founding attorney Bradley L. Clark is a veteran criminal defense lawyer in the Fort Worth area, and we have working relationships with people throughout the probation revocation legal process. We have decades of legal experience, and our judgment regarding probation options is trusted and respected. We have successfully argued for continued probation, rather than jail or prison time, for dozens of accused probation violators.
If you have questions regarding probation violation, contact our firm. We accept credit cards and offer no-interest payment plans. We also employ Spanish speakers, and free parking is available at our location. To contact our firm, call 866-941-2598 or 817-717-1051.