You could have taken probation to avoid a trial or jail time, even if you were innocent of the charges brought against you. If you are on probation and the officer states that you have violated the terms and conditions of your probation and a judge has issued a warrant for your arrest, you need to contact a probation revocation attorney in Fort Worth
You have worked hard to adhere to the regulations of your probation. Don’t let all that due diligence go to waste; It’s a common to believe there’s nothing you can do if you have been charged with a probation violation. This cannot be farther from the truth. . The Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson can help. We will explain your recourses and work to protect your rights against probation revocation
If you are faced with probation violation, it’s in your interest to contact a criminal attorney as quickly as possible. The Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson will begin to immediately work with you to minimize and mitigate any potential damage that this process could potentially cause to your future, your freedom and your life. Contact the Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson by calling (817) 222-3222 or visit us at http://HVJohnsonLaw.com.