Helping You Prevent Probation Revocation
If you have been accused of failing to comply with the terms of your probation, it is possible that it may be revoked. This could mean that you may be facing very severe penalties, including time in jail, depending on the nature of the original charge.
At Daniel, Moore, Evans, Biggs & Decker, we offer attorneys who have years of experience helping clients with serious criminal defense issues, including addressing post-conviction concerns. If your probation rights are in jeopardy, we will fight for your interests.
Protecting Your Probation Rights
Our association of attorneys have extensive experience helping people throughout Texas with probation revocation defense. Having your probation revoked can happen for a variety of reasons:
- Getting arrested again
- Failing a drug test
- Failing to report to your probation officer
- Failing to complete drug or alcohol counseling
- Failing to complete community service
The prosecution bears a lighter burden of proof in probation revocation cases. They must prove guilt by a preponderance of the evidence, not beyond a reasonable doubt. Since their job is easier, it is even more important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney fighting for your rights. Our lawyers understand the process from both sides and are prepared to help you win a successful result.
Let Us Help You Protect Your Freedom
To discuss your probation revocation concerns, please call our office at 817-332-3822 or send us an email using our contact form. We are available 24 hours a day, and we accept all major credit cards. Our law office is conveniently located in the Sundance Square area of downtown Fort Worth.