Fort Bend County Probation Violation Lawyer
Don’t Let Your Violation Lead You Back to Jail
After conviction for criminal offenses, individuals may be sentenced to
serve probation. Probation is an opportunity for an individual to serve
a criminal sentence without having to spend time in jail or prison. Living
on probation means that you are restricted to certain terms and must completely
abide by the rules and regulations of your probationary agreement to avoid
further complications or jail time.
Why Choose My Firm?
- Former Prosecutor
- Certified Criminal Defense Specialist
- Free Initial Case Evaluations
- 30 Years of Experience
If you or a loved one has violated any terms of their probation agreement,
contact the Law Office of Steven Rocket Rosen right away to find out what
to do next.
Texas Probation Requirements
Probation often requires individuals to continually check in with probationary
officers and inform them of any address changes or moves during the probationary
terms. In some situations, moves or address changes may be completely
prohibited. Almost every time a convicted individual meets with a probationary
officer, they will need to take a urine sample to ensure that they have
refrained from the use of alcohol and drugs.
Community service may also be required, and there may need to be written
evidence from an official at the location where the community service
is being served. If you are on probation and fail to comply by any of
these laws or regulations, your probation may be lengthened, made stricter,
or revoked, meaning you will be forced to serve the remainder of your
sentence in jail.
Probation violation is considered a crime. Statistics show that individuals
that violate their probation could wind up with major jail time.
The most common probation violations include:
- Failure to complete community service
- Noncompliance with drug testing
- Missing scheduled court hearings
- Leaving the city or state during your probation
- Getting arrested for another crime
- Drug possession
- Visiting certain people
Have you violated your probationary terms?
If you know that you have been in violation of your probationary terms,
or you feel that you are being wrongfully accused of violating a term,
then you need to contact the Law Office of Steven Rocket Rosen right away.
When you work with my firm, you will be working with a highly experienced
and dedicated criminal defense attorney committed to uncovering the best
possible solution for your case.
I can investigate every aspect of your charge and conviction to ensure
that you are being treated in a fair and just manner.
I understand that this time in your life may be difficult, but with the
assistance of the Law Office of Steven Rocket Rosen, you may be able to
receive a favorable outcome.
Contact my firm today and schedule a risk-free
case evaluation to speak an attorney right away