Probation offers you the opportunity to start again. By avoiding incarceration, you are able to serve your sentence while picking yourself back up and moving on with your life. A court ordered probation keeps you out of jail, and as long as you follow the guidelines set forth until the conclusion of your probationary period, it ensures you stay free. If you break any of the guidelines, however, you are in violation of your probation, and it can have devastating effects.
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Whether incurred knowingly or unknowingly, the repercussion for a violation is the same: the repeal of your probation. All you have strived to accomplish can fall apart in one moment, and the courts may not offer you a second chance.
Probation violations can result in harsh punishments. If the court rescinds your probation, all you have worked for in piecing back your life and planning your future is destroyed, ending with you behind bars. This is why seeking the assistance of a veteran Fort Worth Defense Attorney is so crucial to your case. If you had a reason for the violation or if it occurred at a particular point in your probation period, you may be able to seek leniency by the courts. This, however, requires the creative planning and strategies of an experienced probation attorney like Ed Jones. Mr. Jones or one of his associates will discuss every aspect of your case with you and determine the best course of action. They will then develop a defense to help keep you out of jail.
Call today for your free initial consultation. The Edward G. Jones Law Firm serves clients all over the Dallas and Fort Worth area.