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Dallas Probation Violation Attorney

Have you been accused of violating your probation?

Many individuals convicted of a criminal offense will be given probation or parole, either in lieu of harsher sentencing or as part of their overall punishment. Probation, which can range in duration, generally establishes terms and conditions that a convicted offender must comply with while probation is in effect.

These terms and conditions vary from case to case, and will depend on a number of factors, including the crime involved, a person's criminal history, and any other extenuating circumstances. Regardless of the precise terms, all individuals on probation or parole must obey the law and adhere to the conditions established. Should any violations occur, serious criminal repercussions can result.

Examples of Probation Violations

While probation and parole orders may have different terms, most involve a number of restrictions and prohibited conduct.

Some of the most common examples of probation violations include:

  • Committing another crime
  • Failing to report to probation officer as required
  • Failing to attend court dates or hearings
  • Failing to attend or complete mandatory court-ordered classes
  • Failing drug tests
  • Associating with known criminals or involvement in gang activity
  • Failing to pay fines or restitution
  • Leaving jurisdiction without approval

Depending on the original crime and the nature of the probation violation, you may be at risk of incarceration or additional fines and penalties. Fortunately, the judicial system allows those accused of probation violations to defend themselves and state their case. Having represented a number of clients facing probation violations, our firm knows that there is much at stake and we work diligently to help our clients through the defense process. Familiar with the legal motions and filing required, we are prepared to resolve the situation in the most favorable terms.

Allow a Dallas Probation Violation Defense Attorney to Review Your Case

All it takes is one mistake, one wrongful accusation, or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When you have taken measures to turn your life around, the threat of a probation violation and possible penalties can send you back to square one. Since we first established our firm in 1995, our legal team, helmed by Mr. Sanjay Mathur, has been dedicated to providing each and every client with the highest quality legal representation possible. We work closely with our clients, guide them through unfamiliar legal procedures, and fight tirelessly to ensure that nothing stands in their way as they move toward a better future.

If you or your loved one has been accused of violating probation or parole, then do not wait to call (888) 867-5191 for a consultation.

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Mathur Law Offices, P.C. - Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney
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