What Happens If You Violate Your Probation?

Violating the terms of your probation is a serious offense. The consequences of a probation violation can depend on many factors, including the nature and severity of the violation, whether it is your first offense, second or a subsequent offense or a felony probation violation and any other contributing circumstances that may affect the violation.

In Texas, the penalties for probation violation can be significant and may include:

  • Extended probation
  • Additional probation terms
  • Fines
  • Jail or prison

If you or someone close to you is on parole and has been accused of violating probation terms, it is critical to get the help of an experienced Denton probation violation attorney as quickly as possible. At Ross Law Offices, P.C., we will closely investigate the details of your case to ensure that the State followed proper procedure and that your rights remain protected.

Examples Of Probation Violations

Probation violations can occur under many circumstances, including:

  • Failure to report for a scheduled check-in with a probation officer
  • Failure to pay court-ordered fines or restitution
  • Traveling outside permitted areas without permission from a probation officer
  • Possessing or distributing illegal drugs
  • Testing positive for alcohol or drug use
  • Getting arrested for any new offense

No matter your situation, you must take immediate legal action.

You Do Not Have To Fight Alone

Mr. Ross is a knowledgeable and aggressive criminal defense lawyer who understands the magnitude of your situation. He offers free consultations to discuss your case and provide you with options for moving forward.

Contact Ross Law Offices, P.C., today. Send us an email or call 940-230-2413.