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Sherman Probation Lawyer

In Texas, there are two types of probation — Straight Probation or Deferred Adjudication. Deferred Adjudication has the added benefit that allows an individual to keep a criminal conviction off his or her record if the terms of the probation are met. If a judge believes an individual did not follow the terms of his or her probation, the individual may be brought back to court if the prosecuting attorney files a MTR (motion to revoke probation) or a MTA (motion to adjudicate).

Regardless of which type of probation you are facing, it's important to work with an experienced Sherman probation attorney to help ensure you understand exactly what is expected of you. At Brown Riddels, P.L.L.C , we help clients understand the terms of their probation and the best way to move forward.

Understanding The Terms Of The Probation

Of the biggest problems many of our clients have is understanding the terms of their probation. In many situations, individuals who are on probation may just be given a piece of paper with the expectations for their probation.

We know that the Hispanic community in Texas is large, and if English is not your first language, it can be difficult to make sense of the legalese in the probation. We are committed to providing the Hispanic community the legal representation they need in a language they understand. To that end, we have several staff members who are bilingual, and attorney Gaylon P. Riddels is fluent in Spanish.

Contact An Experienced Denton Probation Hearing Attorney

If you were accused of breaking your probation, it's critical to talk with a lawyer who can protect your rights. Learn more about the representation we offer by scheduling your free initial consultation. We can be reached online or by calling 903-771-2878.

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