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If you are facing probation violation charges in Dallas Texas, Kaufman County, or Rockwall County, it is highly advised that you seek a skilled probation violation lawyer, such as Brian Corrigan. Your freedom could be in jeopardy.
Corrigan is a reputable criminal defense attorney that provides exceptional legal services to individuals in Dallas, Rockwall, Kaufman County and across North Texas. He has been through 150 jury trials and has handled more than two thousand felony and misdemeanor charges. Corrigan is highly skilled at representing individuals who have been accused or charged with probation violation.
Although probation violations are difficult situations to handle, there is the chance to fight for your freedom and your future. In order for an individual to be found guilty of probation violations, the court must prove that the offense took place. For these types of cases, outcomes and sentencing plans from judges can vary greatly.
To learn more about probation violation cases, please contact Corrigan's office at 214-762-6302.
Consequences of Probation Violations
When a probation is given, you are able to be a member of community after jail time is served after it is given. The penalties for a probation violation can depend on the severity of the violation.
Possible ways you have may have been accused of violating the terms of your probation, include:
For whatever reason you are accused of a probation violation, there is a possibility that you will be held in jail without bond. Under these circumstances, you won't be given the right to have a trial by jury. However, you will have the right to a revocation hearing in front of a judge.
Unfortunately, the standard of proof (that is required in probation violations cases) is much lower than it is for a jury trial. Depending on the situation, the judge has the authority to either keep you on the same probation, alter your probation, or sentence you to a Kaufman County, Rockwall County, or Texas state prison. With these risks, it is clear why seeking an experiences probation violations lawyer, such as Corrigan, is vital.
Corrigan aggressively pursues each case with the goal of securing a favorable outcome. He can try to help you resolve the probation violation during the hearing. For probation violation cases, Corrigan has the ability to put a bond hearing in motion. He can also sometimes convince a judge to allow you out of jail while the case is still on its way.
Although judges are not legally obliged to grant this motion, many of them will due to Corrigan's extensive background as a prosecutor and a defense attorney. He has the ability to portray your situation in the best possible light to a judge.
Obtain Proper Representation
If you have violated your parole or have been accused of a violation, you don't have to try to solve your legal problems alone. The chances of you receiving a favorable outcome are much higher when you turn to a knowledgeable lawyer.
With over a decade of experience as a prosecutor, and with experience as an adviser to law enforcement, Corrigan understands how the criminal prosecution system works, and how to defend you in court as a probation violation lawyer.
For more information about probation violation consequences or to set up your free initial consultation to discuss your legal options and rights contact Corrigan's law office at 214-762-6302.
If you have a probation violation for a felony or a misdemeanor, there is still hope, even if you know you have an active warrant right now! Turn to Corrigan for solutions and assistance with your legal troubles.