If you are charged with violating your probation or served with a motion to adjudicate in Montgomery County, you could be facing significant jail or prison time. If you are on probation and commit a violation of that probation, your probation could be revoked. This could be for anything as minor as failure to provide proof of community service or as major as committing a new offense while on probation. If you are on probation for either a misdemeanor or felony, you certainly don’t want to risk your liberty by facing the State’s attorneys without a lawyer who is well versed with the courts in Montgomery County.
Attorney Chris Allen will aggressively defend all cases involving probation violations in Montgomery County. We know that your freedom is of the utmost importance to you. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you maintain this freedom.
If accusations that you violated your probation are brought against you, the state could seek to revoke your probation or adjudicate your guilt. If the state prevails it could result in you going to prison or jail. You need to protect yourself from this. The most logical protective step is to contact a Montgomery County probation violation lawyer who has successfully defended such cases.
If you are looking for a probation violation defense lawyer in Montgomery County, contact the Law Office of Chris Allen and Bill Pattillo. We serve clients throughout Montgomery County, including Conroe, The Woodlands, Willis, Magnolia, New Caney and all areas of the county.