Defending Against The Revocation Of Probation

Being released from prison on probation does not mean your debt to Texas has been paid in full. You will still have very strict conditions that you must comply with in order to remain released. If you do not follow these rules to the exact specifications handed down, you could find your probation revoked.

At Woodley & Dudley, our attorneys assist individuals who are facing probation revocation concerns. We take aggressive action to minimize the potential consequences that you are facing, and work with you to explore the possible options that can keep you out of jail.

Doing Everything We Can To Protect Your Rights

Your freedom could depend upon whether or not the court feels you need to go back to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence. This could put you and your family in a very difficult position, and you need experienced guidance when you face such an important legal problem. Some of the most frequent reasons that our attorneys see a person's probation revoked include:

  • Positive drug tests
  • Missing drug tests
  • Failing to report to a probation officer
  • Committing additional crimes such as possession of illegal drugs while out of jail
  • Failing to pay fines associated with your case

We understand that there may be a reason why you were unable to meet your specific requirements. We want to know more about what has happened to you so that we can demonstrate to the court that extreme measures should not be taken against you. We can help you address the issues that are causing your problems, and prove to the court that you are able to readjust to society after release.

Ready To Discuss What We Can Do To Help You

Our lawyers will provide you with detailed information regarding your probation case. To schedule your free consultation with a member of our team, please call 325-646-7685 in Brownwood, 325-356-2502 in Comanche or 817-350-4990 in Fort Worth, or contact us to arrange your appointment. Se habla español.