Motions to Revoke Probation
Motions to Revoke Probation Attorney in Williamson County
If an offender is placed on community supervision (probation) or deferred adjudication, they are expected to follow a strict set of rules. Failure to do so can result in a warrant being issued for their arrest. At that point, the government must only convince the judge of a single violation by a preponderance of the evidence and the offender could be sentenced to jail or prison.
Occasionally, violations are substantive in nature (i.e., a new offense was allegedly committed by the probationer). Other times, violations are technical in nature (i.e., a probationer is habitually late in performing community service or paying fees). Either type of violation could result in the offender being sent to jail or prison.
Disputing the motion to revoke probation order requires a lawyer extremely familiar with this area of law.
The decision could be the difference between serving jail or prison time or not. Trust the criminal defense specialist Robert McCabe to handle your motion to revoke probation case. It is important to have an attorney on your side who knows how to navigate a revocation hearing and get the best result for their client.
Robert McCabe is an experienced attorney who has conducted dozens of hearings involving the revocation of probation in both misdemeanor and felony court.
Often, offenders have been released from probation (terminated) or been kept on probation with modifications instead of being sentenced to jail or prison. If you are charged with a motion to revoke probation, contact Robert and receive at the highest level of attention and strategy.
If you are charged with a motion to revoke probation, contact Robert and receive at the highest level of attention and strategy.
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