Are you currently on probation in Tarrant County and facing a possible probation revocation or adjudication? Did probation discuss having to go to drug rehab facility such as SAFPF?
We offer experienced defense lawyers and former Tarrant County prosecutors who can help formulate a strategy in tackling your probation issue (i.e. Has the State filed a Motion to Adjudicate your probation?). All of our criminal defense attorneys are former Tarrant County prosecutors with vast experience handling probation cases. Partner Colin McLaughlin is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has experience working for the Court of Criminal Appeals, the highest criminal court in Texas. We have offices in Fort Worth and Colleyville, Texas.
We represent clients on all types of state probation cases, including probation for drug possession charges, DWI, marijuana charges, sex crimes, crimes against children, theft, fraud, white collar crimes, gun and weapons charges, assault, murder, and violent crimes.
PROBATION REVOCATION ATTORNEY
WHAT OUR LAW FIRM OFFERS:
EXTENSIVE TRIAL EXPERIENCE – OVER 200 CRIMINAL JURY TRIALS
Our firm has extensive trial experience in criminal defense. Our criminal defense lawyers in Fort Worth and Colleyville have tried over 200 combined criminal jury trials, including jury trials for DWI, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Sexual Assault, Drug Possession, Gun and Weapons Charges, Burglary of a Habitation, and Capital Murder. In addition, we have reviewed and successfully negotiated thousands of criminal charges.
FORMER PROSECUTORS IN TARRANT, DALLAS, AND HARRIS COUNTY
As former prosecutors in Tarrant, Dallas, and Harris County, our criminal defense lawyers know how the State of Texas will attempt to prosecute you on your criminal charges. This knowledge will allow our firm to build a strong defense in fighting your state or federal criminal charges. All of our criminal lawyers are former Tarrant County prosecutors. We also have former prosecutors who were assigned to specialized units, including DWI prosecution and crimes against children.
SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE IN CRIMINAL LAW
Our Fort Worth criminal defense lawyers know the inside and out of each and every aspect of a police investigation and State prosecution, including criminal laws, proper police procedures, DNA and blood forensic evidence, and knowing exactly how the State plans to introduce evidence into trial. Partner Colin McLaughlin is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and also formerly clerked at the Court of Criminal Appeals, the state’s highest criminal court.
“PROTECTING YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS!”
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defense.
– SIXTH AMENDMENT OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
PROBATION REVOCATIONS IN TARRANT COUNTY?
EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER IN FORT WORTH
If you are facing a probation revocation or probation adjudication in Tarrant County, Texas then you need a criminal defense attorney who has the knowledge, the dedication, and the experience to get you the best possible outcome (dismiss the motion to revoke or minimum the impact). All of our criminal lawyers at Hoeller McLaughlin PLLC are former prosecutors in Tarrant County, Texas. Our criminal lawyers have tried over 200 combined jury trials and have extensive experience getting great results helping clients facing probation revocations.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row el_class=”cs-practice-top-row-5 cs-practice-common-style cs-practice-border”][vc_column][vc_column_text]
PROBATION VIOLATIONS | YOU HAVE OPTIONS
Facing a probation revocation or adjudication can be a frightening prospect because or the prospect of facing jail or prison time and having a final conviction on your record, but it’s important to know that you have options. Just because the Court has filed a Motion to Adjudicate or Revoke based on a probation violation doesn’t mean that your case will get revoked. Here are some of the ways you can stay on probation:
1. Agree to an intermediate sanction, such as a small amount of jail time or additional community service hours, in lieu of a probation revocation,
2. Agree to a drug or alcohol program like IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), ISF (Intermediate Sanction Facility), IDT (In-Custody Drug Treatment), or SAFPF (Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility) to address a positive drug test(s) or a new drug-related offense.
3. Agree to an extension of probation to give you time to complete all of the programs as required.
4. Present evidence or information to the prosecutor or Court properly explaining the reason for the violation and the Court agreeing to dismiss the Motion to Revoke or Adjudicate.
Call today if you need to talk to an experienced criminal lawyer to help with your probation revocation or probation violation at 817-334-7900
LIST OF STATE & FEDERAL CASES WE HANDLE
Felony Offenses we assist with probation revocations:
- Federal Charges
- Murder & Violent Crimes
- Gun & Weapons Charges (i.e. Unlawful Possession of a Firearm)
- State & Federal White Collar Crimes (i.e. Fraud, Money Laundering)
- State & Federal Drug Possession Charges (i.e. Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, Etc.)
- State & Federal Drug Delivery Charges (i.e. Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, Etc.)
- State & Federal Theft & Embezzlement Charges
- Burglary of a Building
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Robbery
- Burglary of a Habitation
- Aggravated Kidnapping
- Sex Crimes and Sexual Assault
- Felony DWI & Intoxication Related Charges (i.e. DWI with Child Passenger, Intoxication Assault, Intoxication Manslaughter)
Misdemeanor offenses we assist with probation revocations:
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
- DWI-Misdemeanor Repetition (2nd)
- DWI with BAC > 0.15
- Drug Possession & Controlled Substance Offenses
- Possession of Marijuana Arrests
- All Theft Offenses
- Assault Bodily Injury
- ABI – Family Member & Family Violence Offenses
- Violation of a Protective Order
- Gun & Weapons charges (UCW)
- Resisting Arrest
- Evading Arrest
- Criminal Trespass
- Terroristic Threat
- Deadly Conduct