Motion to Revoke Probation
You Can Fight a Motion to Revoke Probation
If you are facing a motion to revoke probation, you are concerned about the possibility of going to jail or prison because of what might have been a relatively small violation. You do have rights that can be asserted.
At Rush & Gransee, L.C., we have extensive experience representing defendants who are accused of probation violations. Our Texas criminal defense attorneys have handled scores of probation revocation hearings. Our San Antonio, TX, attorneys know the law and can fight for your rights, even post-conviction.
We are skilled negotiators and lawyers who know what post-conviction defenses are available. We investigate whether your probation violation is based on an illegal search or seizure. We find out whether the motion to revoke was improperly filed. We can examine your case and determine if we can file a motion for a new trial or a writ of habeas corpus. Our experienced trial lawyers have the skills to develop an individual strategy that can protect your rights and possibly keep you out of jail.
If you have been charged with a probation violation, a lawyer really can help you. You should contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible in order to safeguard your rights and get you the best result possible under the circumstances.
If a motion to revoke probation has been filed, contact the criminal defense lawyers at Rush & Gransee, L.C., as soon as possible. Our toll-free number is (866) 321-1399, or you can fill out our online contact form. We offer a free initial consultation.
We handle cases and serve clients throughout Texas, including the cities of San Antonio, Brownsville, McAllen, Harlingen, Laredo, Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, the Rio Grande Valley, and Bexar County.