Probation Violations

Probation Violation

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If you are on Probation or Deferred Adjudication your community supervision officer may file a Motion to Revoke or a Motion to Adjudicate in your case. A Motion to Revoke means that your community supervision officer is seeking to make the prosecutor and court aware that you have violated the terms and conditions of your probation and may recommend jail time. A Motion to Adjudicate means that your community supervision officer is seeking to make the prosecutor and court aware that you have violated the terms and conditions of your Deferred Adjudication and may recommend that you be continued to probation or jail time, both of which will result in a final conviction on your record.

It is important that you contact our office as soon as you learn of a Motion to Revoke or a Motion to Adjudication being filed in your case. You should not plead true to any allegations until you have reviewed them with your attorney and discussed whether or not it is in your best interest to have a hearing before the court in this matter or seek an offer from the prosecutor. It is also important to have an attorney fight for your best interest whether that be negotiating a lesser amount of time in jail or seeking to have your probation or deferred continued with or without additional conditions to your probation or deferred. If a Motion to Revoke or a Motion to Adjudicate has been filed in your case contact our office today at (214) 882 - 5350 to schedule a free consultation and discuss your case with a member of our criminal defense team.