Probation is not a right, it is a privilege that has been granted to an individual based on their merits and agreement to act in a responsible and respectable manner. In some situations, probation revocation, or motion to revoke probation, can happen suddenly and unfairly.
If you have found out that your probation is being revoked, it is imperative that you take action and contact a Corpus Christi attorney right away. I am Robert J. Gonzalez, Attorney At Law, and I have over 30 years of experience in handling complex criminal defense cases, and I may be able to help protect your probation and your rights.
Contact us today for your free consultation.
In the event that your probation is being revoked, your probation officer will refer your case to the District Attorney, who then has the power to file a motion to revoke against you.
A warrant of arrest may be issued against you. If you believe that a motion to revoke may be filed against you, contact my office and schedule a free consultation right away.
When you choose to work with my office, I will aggressively attempt to protect your rights. I will investigate your case and determine if it is necessary or legal to fully revoke your probationary rights.
My past experience includes working as a Corpus Christi judge and Nueces County prosecutor, so you can be confident in my ability to fully handle your case.
For more information, or to get started with a Corpus Christi lawyer, contact us at (361) 993-3333 right away.