Probation is given by San Antonio Judge's and Prosecutors for many reasons, you might be a Doctor, or even a college student found guilty of their first crime. A conviction can land you in jail, but the everyone can make a mistake. Whether you are at Sears or a skilled plastic surgeon mistakes happen and bad decisions happen.
Are you on probation & facing a motion to revoke? Whether it's from a new charge, failure to pay fees or you missed your last meeting, I can help.
For more than 20 years I've been helping people win their MTR hearing by putting forward an aggressive & comprehensive criminal defense strategy. Don't wait contact an experienced San Antonio Lawyer immediately.
Even though your probation has been revoked you still have a right to post bond & put forward a strong probation violation defense.
The state has all the resources and time in the world, so you need to counter with experience, strength & tenacity of a San Antonio Probation Lawyer like myself.
There is a good chance I know your probation officer and the judge. I maintain great working relationships with all of them & when they discover you retained me to represent you the games will stop.
I will spend the time to understand all of the details leading up to your violation & develop a detailed strategy that will keep you out of jail! Don't wait, call me now so we can discuss your probation violation.
Call (210) 227-6425 If You Have Questions About Your Probation
A San Antonio Probation Lawyer helps individuals on probation facing a Motion To Revoke probation avoid going to jail or to prison. Can't tell you exactly what percentage of people on probation will eventually face an MTR, but I do know it is a large number.
Even the smallest mistake like being late to your probation appointment can make your probation office file an MTR. We all know traffic in San Antonio can be horrible or work keeps you late whenever it's required & you have no choice.
Maybe you failed a drug test, or have picked up another charge, then you need to retain the skills of a San Antonio Probation Attorney. One that can help you through the confusion process of fighting a Motion to Revoke probation by putting for a comprehensive criminal defense. An experienced San Antonio Lawyer like myself maybe able to convince the judge to give you a second chance.
Below you will find a short, but most common reasons that a probation officer will issue a MTR:
- Failure To Appear
- Failed Drug Test
- Failure To Pay Fines
- Picked Up A New Charge
- Convicted Of New Charge
- Failure To Report Address