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Killeen Probation Violation Attorney | Coryell County Motion to Adjudicate Lawyer

If you are on community supervision or deferred adjudication community supervision, your probation officer may accuse you of violating the terms and conditions of your probation by filing a motion to revoke or a petition to adjudicate.

If this has happen to you, please contact Bell County, Texas Probation Violation Attorney at 254-634-2587 immediately as you could possibly be sentence to prison or some intermediate sanction facility or have your term of supervision increased.

Coryell County Motion to Adjudicate or Revoke Lawyer Can Help

If it appears that your probation officer will file a Motion to Revoke or has already filed the motion, contact us to discuss your strategies for your probation violations defense. Copperas Cove, Coryell County, Motion to Adjudicate or Revoke Lawyer can offer effective counsel after any alleged violation of probation. As your  probation violations attorney, I will fight to keep you out of jail.

Probation violations can include:

  • Failure to report to probation officer at required time/date
  • Removal of electronic monitoring
  • Failure to pass drug testing
  • Violation of restraining orders or location restrictions
  • Failure to attend required classes or counseling
  • Violation of driving restrictions
  • Failure to pay required fines or court costs
  • Failure to appear
  • Failure to comply with any probation conditions
  • Possession of illegal substances
  • Being arrested or charged with a crime

Probation Revocation Hearing

There is no right to a jury trial for an alleged violation of probation. The prosecution doesn’t have to prove a violation beyond a reasonable doubt. However, you do have the right to a hearing and discovery materials. However, you have the right to a probation revocation counsel who can fight the allegations.  

A probation revocation hearing is held before the Judge since there is no right to a jury trial. It is imperative that you hire a community supervision revocation defense attorney who has the experience to handle revocation hearings.


A finding that any of the allegations in the Motion to Adjudicate or Motion to Revoke is true may result in a variety of consequences, including:

  • Loss of Driving Privilege if convicted of certain crimes
  • Being convicted of a crime where the judge previously deferred or withheld adjudication
  • Revocation by the court and imposition of any sentence which it might have imposed before placing the offender on probation, including jail or prison time
  • Payment of the cost of supervision to the state of Florida,
  • Payment of restitution, court costs and fines, and
  • Public service and various types of treatment.

Now go ahead give us a call at 254-634-2587.

Do you need a probation violations lawyer who can guide you through the system and fight for a restoration of your liberty? Contact us for a free consultation today.

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