Get Legal Advice After Violating Your Probation
Our attorneys at the Rosales Law Firm understand the challenges of your probation. We help individuals on probation understand their requirements, if and when probation can be modified and the consequences of violating probation.
We represent individuals in El Paso and throughout Texas with all types of probation issues. We treat you with respect, and we truly care about helping you succeed. Our lawyers understand how difficult probation can be for you and your family. We will help you understand your rights, the guidelines you need to follow and what options may be available to modify for probation or if you violated the terms of your probation.
Have You Violated Your Probation?
In every probation case, there are specific terms that you are required to meet as ordered by the court. Failure to meet these requirements can result in serious penalties, including the extension or revocation of probation.
Every person’s probation requirements are different. It is important to abide by the rules of your probation to reduce the risk of a probation violation. Some examples of probation violations include:
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Not completing a court-ordered program
- Failure to pay a fine or complete community service
- Failure of a drug test
Ways To Modify Or End Your Probation
Do you need a modification or early termination of your probation? We are to help. We have represented many clients seeking a modification to their probation for a variety of reasons, including:
- Moving to be with family or for employment reasons
- Getting a new probation officer assigned if your best interests are not being served
You must have completed all of the terms of your probation for the court to consider modification or early termination.
We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way
These cases are complex. Our lawyers have experience navigating probation matters involving violations or modifications. We know what to do every step of the way. We are committed to protecting your rights and advocating for your best interests.
We can help with your specific probation issue. Call us at 915-219-5516 or send us an email to schedule your consultation with our attorneys. You will work directly with us throughout your case.