Do Not Wait To Get Help With Your Alleged Probation Violation
If you have willingly violated terms of your probation or realized that you did so by mistake, don’t make matters worse. Call Sally Goodman Law in Dallas as soon as possible to begin an effective defense against returning to jail to finish your sentence.
If you have already been charged with violating your probation and are in custody facing a return to jail, get the experienced legal defense help you need right away.
State Bar Of Texas Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist
I have been aggressively and successfully representing people facing probation violations over the length of my 30-year-long criminal law career. I will do everything possible to help you remain on probation rather than finishing your sentence in jail.
What Are Probation Violations?
There are many ways to violate probation, a few common reasons include:
- Missing a scheduled court appearance
- Driving while intoxicated
- Not paying fines or restitution to victims as ordered
- Involvement with drugs
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Traveling out of state without telling your probation officer
- Getting arrested for any offense, even for traffic violations
In some instances, there is no way to deny that a probation violation occurred. In those cases, I pursue a strategy of asking, “Where does the court go from here?” There is always hope in a probation violation case, and I will use every legal tool to get you the best possible outcome for your potential violation.