Probation Revocation

A probation violation in Texas can have severe consequences, including jail or prison time. If you’ve been accused of violating your probation, acting quickly and securing experienced legal representation is crucial. The Law Office of Al Rowland is committed to understanding the complexities of probation revocation hearings and will fight aggressively to protect your freedom.

Common Probation Violations and Defenses

Probation violations range from technical infractions (e.g., missed appointments and failed drug tests) to new criminal offenses. We handle all types of probation violation cases and will explore every possible defense, such as:

  • Challenging the evidence of the violation
  • Demonstrating mitigating circumstances
  • Negotiating alternative sanctions
  • Seeking a modification of probation terms

Meeting and understanding your unique situation is the most important factor in reaching a successful Probation Revocation outcome. 

Probation Revocation Process

The probation revocation process in Texas involves several stages, including:

  • Arrest or summons: You will be notified of the alleged violation and may be arrested or summoned to appear in court.
  • Hearing: The court will hold a hearing to determine if a violation occurred and, if so, what the appropriate consequences should be.
  • Sentencing: If the court finds you violated probation, you may face jail time, additional probation terms, or other penalties.

Don’t face a probation revocation hearing alone. Contact Al Rowland today for a confidential consultation at (469) 626-7529 or Click Here. We will review your case, explain your rights, and develop a strong defense strategy.