Need an Austin Probation Violation Attorney?
Probation was your second chance – your opportunity to show the judge and a probation officer that you could stay out of trouble and didn’t deserve to be in jail. But mistakes happen. Maybe you missed an appointment with your probation officer or had one slip-up, and now your second chance is threatened.
Actions that can violate your probation:
- Failure to appear, usually at court, a mandated-counseling session or a meeting with your probation officer
- Failure to comply with a court order or order from your probation officer
- Failure to pay a fine or meet other requirements
- Committing another crime
Texas has serious consequences for probation violations. When a court determines that someone has violated their probation, that person may be forced to serve the maximum sentence for the original crime.
The Right Defense Attorney Can Help
But you don’t have to spend years in prison because of one mistake. We fight aggressively to protect our clients from jail time. Blair Carroll andMeredith “Shelly” Troberman have built strong working relationships with courts, prosecutors and probation officers in the Austin area and know how to effectively communicate your case.
Call Us Today
If you think you may be in trouble for a probation violation, it’s important to be proactive. Probation violations can land you steep jail time without an attorney who can move quickly to help you navigate the system.Contact Carroll Troberman PLLC today at 512-478-3800 to get the leagal representation you need. We’re accessible to our clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week.