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Probation Revocations

Probation Revocation in Plano

Are You in Danger of Having Your Probation Revoked?

There are many situations that can cause your probation to be revoked. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you are in jeopardy of losing your freedom if your probation is revoked. If a motion to revoke your probation is in process, it is crucial that you contact a Plano criminal defense attorney immediately. The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC is qualified and experienced in assisting individuals who are in danger of losing their probation.

Some of the things that could cause a motion to revoke probation include:

  • Failing a drug test
  • Missing an appointment with your probation officer
  • Failing to pay restitution when it is required as a term of your probation
  • Failing to wear a leg monitor when it is required as a term of your probation
  • Leaving the area without approval of your probation officer

Protect Your Future with the Help of Our Criminal Lawyers

There are many reasons that your probation officer may decide to file a motion to revoke your probation. Once your probation is revoked, you will, once again, be incarcerated. Don't take any chances if you are in danger of losing probation. Call The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC immediately to review the details of the situation with an experienced criminal defense attorney. This is vital before you are once again incarcerated.

It is crucial that legal representation gets to work without delay. An attorney from The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC will aggressively fight for your rights. There are circumstances in which a motion to revoke your probation is done incorrectly. This can occur in a number of ways, including simple human error. If you have already been re-arrested, we can assist you to resolve your issue and aggressively fight to maximize the possibility of your release and reinstatement of your probation.

Do not hesitate to contact a Plano defense attorney from The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC if your probation has been revoked or if you believe that you are in danger of having your probation revoked.