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When Probation is Revoked in Texas

In recent years, there’s been a lot of talk about overcrowding in our nation’s jails and prisons, especially in California, Texas, and Florida. Since judges, prosecutors, and taxpayers want the criminal justice system to focus their dollars on violent criminals, a lot...

Probation Revocation in Texas

If you are on probation and the District Attorney files a Motion to Revoke Probation, it means the prosecutor believes that you have violated one or more of your terms of probation, and they are trying to get you arrested so you can be incarcerated in jail or prison....

Probation in Plano and Dallas

It’s not uncommon for people to have confusion about probation – what it is exactly and what it entails. Also, some people don’t know the differences between probation and parole. That being said, we’re going to explain probation in Texas. For starters, let’s take a...