Probation Revocation Defense Lawyer in Fort Worth
What is Considered Revoked Probation in Texas?
The conditions of any probation agreement are strict and it is expected that you will 100% adhere to them. However, there are circumstances which can lead to being incorrectly or unfairly accused of violating probation. It is our priority to gather sufficient evidence which illustrates why you shouldn't be penalized.
A few examples of what could happen if you were thought to have violated your probation include:
- A warrant for your arrest
- Summon you to appear in court
- Extend your time on probation
- Revoke your probation completely
- Revoke your suspended sentence
In some cases where the accusation is unfounded, you may be left on probation. However, facing the possibility of a probation revocation is not something you should do alone. Our Fort Worth criminal defense lawyers are here to advocate on your behalf.
Representation for Probation Revocation Hearings
If you are summoned to appear in court or told that a hearing will take place to discuss the alleged violation, it is vital that you have proper representation on your side. The state will be working hard to gather evidence and prove that your probation should be revoked. When you hire us to represent you, our legal team works hard to defend you.
When you are convicted of a crime, you may be given probation as a punishment. Another common circumstance which can lead to a probationary period is when you are in jail or prison and let out on probation. Either way, you are given a strict set of rules and advised to stick to them, or you could find your probation revoked. At The Clark Law Firm, we represent individuals who are facing probation revocation as a punishment for a violation.
Call us today at (817) 435-4970 for a complimentary consultation with a Fort Worth probation revocation attorney if you are accused of violating your probation.