Collin County Federal Probation and Parole Violation Lawyers
If you are currently on probation or parole, it is important that you comply with all the conditions of your sentence. Unfortunately, if you have a busy life trying to work, go to school or care for a family, complying with the conditions of your probation or parole can be very difficult. Probation and parole violations are common. If your supervising officer believes you have violated the terms of your probation or parole, you could face jail time.
The Collin County defense attorneys at Linder Haynes Law Firm have years of experience fighting allegations in the State’s Motion to Revoke/Adjudicate. If a probation or parole violation has been filed against you, contact our experienced legal team today. We will do all we can to fight the allegations and to stop the State from filing a probation or parole violation at all, but the longer you wait the harder will be for us to negotiate with the State.
If you have been convicted on drug or alcohol charges and addiction is the source of your problem, we may be able to get you treatment for the addiction to help you successfully complete the terms of your probation.
Contact Linder Haynes Law Firm, Collin County Probation and Parole Violation Attorneys
Contact Linder Haynes Law Firm to schedule a consultation to discuss your probation or parole violation case. We are available during regular business hours or by appointment at other times. You can reach us by phone at 972-649-6490 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.