Have you, or ones of your loved one been charged with violating the terms of your court-ordered "community supervision" (probation)? If so, please contact The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder, PLLC, at 214.702.CARL (2275)for immediate assistance.
There are two types of probation in Texas: 1) deferred adjudication, and 2) probation following a conviction (also called "regular" probation).
If the State of Texas has reason to believe that you have violated any term term of your probation, they can technically file a motion to revoke your probation. If you are currently on probation for a criminal offense, the reality is that the violations can result in jail time according to the maximum prison term allowable under Texas law. Examples of conduct frequently used by the State of Texas as a basis to revoke someone's probation include, but is not limited to:
• Failure to report/meet with your probation officer;
• Failure to pay fines or restitution;
• Failure to complete drug treatment;
• Failure to completed required classes and/or community service;
• A positive test for alcohol and/or drug use;
• Being arrested and/or charged with a new misdemeanor or felony criminal offense.
Whether you have allegedly violated a requirement of your court-ordered probation, whether for failing to pay required fees, failure to complete requred classes, or for being arrested for a new criminal offense, you need the experience of an aggressive criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and your freedom. If you have been charged with violating the terms of your Felony or Misdemeanor probation, The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder, PLLC will carefully investigate and analyze the circumstances surrounding your specific case and will fight to protect your freedom and your legal rights. Contact our office now to schedule a free consultation to determine what your best course of action is.
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Carl David Ceder is an experienced Dallas-Fort Worth Probation Revocation Criminal Defense Attorney who practices all over the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, including all of Dallas County, Collin County, Tarrant County, Denton County, Rockwall County, and all adjoining counties:
- Dallas County Probation Revocation Attorney - Dallas, University Park, University Park, Grapevine, Garland, DeSoto, Irving, Carrollton, Addison, Duncanville, Richardson, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Coppell, Grand Prairie, Lancaster, Lewisville, Mesquite, Seagoville, Wilmer, Wylie
- Tarrant Probation Revocation Attorney - Fort Worth, Southlake, Keller, Arlington, Bedford, Burleson, Colleyville, Crowley, Euless, Everman, Grapevine, Flower Mound, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Lakeside, Mansfield, North Richland Hills, Westlake, Saginaw, River Oaks
- Collin County Probation Revocation Attorney - McKinney, Plano, Garland, Allen, Dallas, Carrollton, Richardson, Fairview, St. Paul, Weston, Lucas, Melissa, Nevada, Westminster, Frisco, Celina, Murphy, New Hope, Prosper, Wylie
- Rockwall County Probation Revocation Attorney - Rockwall, Dallas, Fate, Heath, Mobile City, McLendon-Chisolm, Rowlett, Royse City, Wylie, Munson, Blackland
- Denton County Probation Revocation Attorney - Dallas, Denton, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Southlake, Hebron, Argyle, Justin, Lake Dallas, Plano, Bartonville, Coppell, Northlake, Carollton, Corinth, Hebron, Highland Village, Justin, Lakewood Village, Lewisville, Northlake, Prosper, The Colony, Westlake