Probation Violations Denton TX
Do you have a warrant out for your arrest?
If you have allegedly violated your probation in the state of Texas, then you could be met with harsh legal repercussions and long-lasting penalties. In most cases, a probation officer has the discretionary option of issuing a “warning” to an individual who violates the terms set forth; however, you should not count on this. Depending on your situation, you will have been given a number of terms to comply with in order to remain on probation. When these are violated, and you are convicted of this violation, then you could be penalized in any of the following ways:
- Immediate jail time to be served, as well as the remainder of probation time
- Immediate prison time, followed by additional probation time
- Additional time added to the length of probation
- Completion of jail, prison, or probation terms that were previously “suspended”
While there is no hard rule concerning what penalties you may face, you can expect that probation violation will not be taken lightly. Don’t be forced into thinking that there is no hope, we can work with you, and fight to see that you are treated fairly in your case.
WHY YOU NEED AN ATTORNEY & HOW WE CAN HELP
What if you missed a hearing and violated probation due to a legitimate excuse? What if the court failed to provide you with the information and time that you need in order to carry out the terms of probation?
At Wheeler Law Office, we believe that you are innocent until proven guilty, and we are dedicated to preventing unnecessary and unfair charges against you. If you find yourself facing allegations of a probation violation, or if you have a warrant out for your arrest, then you need to call our firm immediately: (940) 295-4054. We offer 24/7 availability, and we are here to help protect your rights.