Motions to Revoke Probation & Motions to Adjudicate

Sometimes clients choose to accept entry into a probation program, whether straight probation or deferred adjudication, to avoid jail sentences and keep charges off their records.  However, once on probation, if you violate the terms and conditions of the probation, the judge can potentially revoke the probation and sentence you to confinement in jail.  Typical probation violations include testing positive for drugs or alcohol, picking up a new charge, skipping meetings with the probation officer, or not taking ordered classes.

We have a track record of keeping clients out of jail when faced with probation violations.  To maximize your chances of avoiding jail time or being adjudicated guilty, call us today for a free consultation.