Avoid Probation Revocation; Consult a Harker Heights Criminal Defense Lawyer
The terms of probation are often very strict and may include prohibitions on drug or alcohol use, orders to maintain steady employment or enrollment in school and to avoid leaving the state without permission. While the terms of each probationary period may vary, one thing is constant – break any of the rules of your probation and you may face revocation and jail time. If you have been informed of pending probation revocation, it is important to consult an experienced criminal lawyer immediately.
For more than 20 years, I, Bobby Dale Barina, have spent my career as a Killeen probation revocation attorney and criminal defense lawyer helping individuals facing revocation of their probation after an infraction. I have the experience and knowledge needed to help you understand your legal options when facing probation revocation for a number of violations, including:
- Positive drug tests
- Positive alcohol tests
- Failure to report
- Failure to maintain employment
- Leaving the state without permission
- Failure to pay fines and supervision costs
- Committing another crime
I work to help you understand your options.
If you have been informed of pending revocation of your probation after a violation, it is important to understand each of your options for avoiding jail time. As an experienced criminal defense attorney, I will carefully review your case, including the original offense, the violation itself and all additional information before offering advice on your legal options to avoid revocation.
My past work as a prosecutor and my knowledge of criminal law allows me to help you pursue every alternative to revocation, including:
- Amended probation terms
- Drug or alcohol counseling
- Continued probation
Get your questions answered - call me for your free, 15 min phone consultation (254) 699-3755