Protecting Your Probation Status

Hundreds of people across the state face arrest due to a mistake made while on probation. Many people make the same mistakes over and over, the most common probation violations are:

  • Being Arrested On New Charge
  • Failing To Pay Probation Fees
  • Missing An Appointment With Probation Officer
  • Failed UA, (using drugs and alcohol)
  • Moving Out Of County

When a motion to revoke probation is ordered, an expert San Antonio Probation Lawyer is needed. Your probation officer has all the resources in the world to make their case why your probation should be violated.

An experienced legal professional like myself will be able to look at the same evidence and counter your probation officer's point of view. Your criminal defense must be aggressive, confident and prepared to fight every step of the way.

Even if you are facing a new charge, you have a right to post bond. For that reason I'm often called in to represent people at their bond hearing.

It's a common mistake to think you can read a couple web sites, then walk into court and represent yourself. That's the biggest mistake you can make. An experienced legal professional works with the courts and probation officers every single day. We maintain great working relationships with the courts & know the probation officers by first name.

If an MTR has been issued or your family member has been arrested, don't wait; contact a Texas attorney immediately at 210-404-4230.