Parole & Probation Violations
If you are on parole or probation, you have more than likely worked hard to avoid incarceration. Don’t allow alleged parole or probation violations to jeopardize your freedom. Please contact The Law Office of Troy P. Burleson, P.C. for assistance with this important legal matter.
Since the granting of parole or probation already demonstrates leniency by the courts, it is reasonable to assume that the rules governing parole and probation violations are rigid and inflexible. Contrary to popular belief, however, court leniency in these situations is common. In reality, if you have completed the majority of your parole/probation and the violation is not too severe, courts will frequently show flexibility, yet if you have violated your parole or probation near the beginning of your sentence leniency may be more difficult to obtain.
Regardless of the timing of your violation, the assistance of an experienced attorney is critical as district attorneys will frequently push for the maximum punishment for any parole or probation violation. Our attorney, Troy P. Burleson, has successfully fought to reduce and minimize the effects of numerous parole and probation violations.
When you are accused of violating the terms of your parole/probation, you have the right to plead innocent or guilty, be cross-examined by the state and present evidence in your own defense. As an experienced parole and probation violations attorney, Mr. Burleson will attend your probation/parole hearing, assist you throughout the entire process and build you a solid defense. Rest assured he is wholly dedicated to decreasing your chances of probation revocation.Contact Us
If you are accused of violating the terms of your parole or probation or have questions regarding a potential probation offense, please contact The Law Office of Troy P. Burleson, P.C. to schedule a free initial consultation. We are available for evening and weekend appointments, accept credit cards, offer flexible payment plans and charge affordable rates. Call (469) 619-3800. We have offices that are conveniently located in Plano and directly across the street from the County Courts of Law in McKinney.