Everyone who has ever been on Community Supervision, also known as Probation, knows that an additional arrest on any charge is a probation violation, and will almost certainly result in revocation of the probation. Not everyone understands that other types of probation violations are often just as serious, including:
- Not doing court-ordered community service and programs
- Not reporting to your probation officer (PO) on time or Failure to Report
- Failed urinalysis (dirty UA, tested dirty) and failure to submit to drug tests
- Unapproved travel
- Losing a job
- Associating with the wrong crowd
- Accusations of violence while on probation, such as assault or domestic abuse
These probation violations can result in a motion to revoke probation.
What Happens If I Commit a Probation Violation?
In the best case, we can have the terms of the probation reinstated. We can also negotiate additional terms if that’s what is required to keep you out of jail. Even in the most difficult circumstances, we can usually help to limit the damage done by a mistake or misunderstanding.
Preventing a violation of probation can preserve your second chance.
Having former prosecutors and experienced criminal defense attorneys on your side to offer you smart legal advice and realistic guidance during probation can be one of the best ways to prevent finding yourself in a situation where you are in danger a probation violation.
To discuss your case in a free and completely confidential consultation with experienced Texas criminal defense team at Ramos & del Cueto, please call our San Antonio office at 210-212-9000. You can also contact Ramos & del Cueto directly for a rapid response. We can meet with you in jail and we accept credit cards if you decide to hire us.