Protecting Your Probation And Freedom
Earning probation instead of time behind bars is often the more favorable outcome of criminal charges, but it is not a permanent one. Being accused of a probation violation can jeopardize your freedom and result in probation revocation. If your probation is on the line, defend it with the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney.
At the Law Office of David D. White, PLLC, I have nearly 20 years of experience helping clients overcome their criminal law challenges. I have built my reputation in Central Texas as a committed and compassionate lawyer due to how I treat my clients with the respect and dedication they deserve from their legal representation.
Someone To Stand For You
When your probation officer believes they have found a violation, they are required to report it to the court. These violations often include actions such as:
- Failing a drug test
- Taking off a leg monitor
- Failing a breathalyzer test
- Missing an appointment with your probation officer
- Becoming delinquent on your fines or restitution payments
- Crossing borders without permission from your officer
Once the court reviews these violations, they will issue a warrant for your arrest, and a court date for your revocation hearing will be scheduled. My goal as your legal representation is to maximize the freedom that you experience by securing bail before this court date and also by protecting your probation.
Do Not Take Chances With Your Future
Just because you have a revocation hearing coming up does not mean that you will automatically lose your probation. Do not make the mistake of representing yourself in these cases or hoping for a slap on the wrist. Instead, call me at 512-610-0025 or email me here and begin preparing a defense strategy you can count on.