San Antonio Motion To Revoke Probation Attorney
When your probation officer feels that you violated the terms of your probation, he or she can ask the court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Your failure to abide by these terms may lead to formal parole and probation revocation charges.
An important thing to remember is that everything you say to your probation officer can ultimately be used against you later. If you admit doing drugs while on probation, for instance, the probation officer can come to court later, testify about what you said and use your statements as a reason to revoke your probation.
If you believe that a motion to revoke your probation is going to be filed or has been filed contact us immediately. Do not wait until you are arrested. If we are contacted while the MTR is pending but prior to arrest we can often suggest ways in which you can limit to some extent your downside risk.
If you’re threatened with probation revocation, it’s because you violated one or more of your probation terms, such as:
- Failure to pay your fine
- Failure to do community service
- Failure to report to your probation officer
- Failure to finish a counseling program
- Failure of a urine test (missed or refused tests are considered failures)
If you have are facing a motion to revoke probation (MTR), the criminal defense attorneys at Bell & White will aggressively fight for your rights.
The Law Offices of Bell & White are specifically designed to respond quickly and accurately, while maintaining maximum flexibility for changing circumstances.
We offer free consultations, and a staff fluent in English and Spanish as part of our commitment to the timely, cost-effective achievement of your goals.
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