A Motion to Revoke may be filed if you violate your terms of probation. Maybe it was a simple mistake, maybe it was a lapse of judgment. A violation may just be an extra fine, or some time in jail, a revocation may violate your whole probation and give you the time that originally took a plea for.

Actions that can violate your probation:

  • Failure to appear, usually at court, a mandated-counseling session or a meeting with your probation officer
  • Failure to comply with a court order or order from your probation officer
  • Failure to pay a fine or meet other requirements
  • Committing another crime

Our Attorneys at Hernandez and English LLP can help you if you have been charged with revoking your probation.

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