Dallas Probation Violation Attorney
There are many ways to violate probation:
- Missing a scheduled court appearance
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Not paying fines or restitution to victims as ordered
- Spending time with the wrong people
- Traveling out of state without telling your probation officer
- Involvement with drugs
- Getting arrested for any offense, even a traffic violation
Successful Dallas Probation Violation Lawyer
Sally G. Goodman will do everything in her power to undo this charge. She can help you get bail — her reputation and her experience as a former Dallas County felony prosecutor will bolster her request. When the hearing is held, she will present your case in the most positive light possible.
Defenses for probation violations include:
- You are innocent of the allegations against you.
- The violation occurred, but it was just an error of judgment.
Sally will work to present you to the court not as “just another criminal” but as a sincere individual whose life has value, and should be allowed to remain a free citizen. Very often, there is no pretending that the violation did not happen — the question is, where do we go from here? The difference between being re-incarcerated and being given a second chance is the kind of presentation Sally G. Goodman offers.
Effective Dallas County Parole Violation Attorney
Sally G. Goodman has earned a reputation as a pioneer woman in criminal defense in the Dallas area. She is known throughout the court system and legal circles for her diligence, her knowledge of the law and her commitment to clients’ rights.
If you or a family member has been charged with a probation violation or a violation of deferred adjudication, call this number: 214-748-3230. Defense lawyer Sally G. Goodman has helped many individuals through situations like yours. She can help you, too.
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