Fort Worth Probation Violation Lawyer

If you have been convicted on a criminal matter, and to avoid jail you have been placed on probation, then as part of your “contract” with the judge you will be required to fulfill certain requirements and live within prescribed restrictions. If you then fail to honor these requirements your probation officer may place you in breach of your agreement, and you will then face the possibility of being accused of probation violations.

If you are accused of a probation violation then you are in a particularly serious situation, and should treat it as such. It could very quickly lead to a motion to revoke your probation, and then the issue of a warrant for your arrest. If arrested on a probation violation matter, you could be held without bail, and then sent to jail by the judge. One of the rights that you waive as you accept probation is the right to trial by jury, and it is the judges decision alone to send you to jail.

If you have been arrested for or feel you may be accused of probation violations, then you should contact The Goolsby Law Firm as soon as possible. With two decades of experience defending the rights of people accused of criminal offenses in the North Texas and Fort Worth area, attorney Mike Goolsby can help you in this matter.

Breaking the conditions of your probation is very serious, because you have essentially broken your contract with the judge. There are many defenses that you can use to help keep you out of jail and on probation, and Mike Goolsby can help you with these. Extenuating circumstances must be shown why you have broken your probation agreement, and evidence to support the circumstances must be provided, an experience criminal defense lawyer can deal with your probation officer, and if this fails with the judge, to broker an agreement to keep you out of jail and preserve your probation rights.

Unlike many other law firms were you may be passed on to an assistant or another attorney, Mike Goolsby will handle your case from start to finish, and will keep you informed at all times of the stage it is at, and any legal options open to you. He strongly believes that the state must be made to prove any allegations against you and that you are entitled to a vigorous defense to protect your rights in any criminal matter, including probation violations. An accusation is never the end of the road, and there are always options that can be followed, and all these will be fully investigated and used to help preserve your liberty.

At The Goolsby Law Firm all clients that are taken on by the firm and dealt with personally by Mike Goolsby. You can be sure of a caring and attentive service tailored to your needs, and that attorney Mike Goolsby will do everything possible to fight for your right to stay free and on probation if you are facing an accusation of probation violation. The first step you should take protect your liberty is to call for a free consultation today, you can discuss your situation in the strictest confidence. Fast action is essential if you feel you may be arrested for, or indeed have already been taken into custody, for a probation violation matter.