Defending Against Probation And Bail Bond Violations
Probation and some bail bonds require people to follow certain rules and conditions. If there is an alleged violation of these terms, you face the possibility of going back to jail or serving out the remainder of your sentence in prison. If you have been accused of a probation or bail bond violation, it is important to seek help from an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
At The Law Office of Robert M. Maurer II, our attorney has been serving the people of South Texas for more than 25 years. We know how to build an effective defense against alleged violations and we will do everything we can to minimize the potentially harsh consequences of an alleged violation.
How Serious Is The Violation?
While the violation of any probation or bail bond conviction can take away your freedom, there are arguments to be made depending on the severity of the alleged violation. For example, if the alleged violation can be chalked up to a simple mistake and was not willful, you generally stand a better chance of remaining free. If the alleged violation was more serious, such as being arrested for another crime while out on bond or probation, the consequences may be more severe.
Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your case, we can help build an effective defense that is designed to help you preserve your freedom. At the very least, we will do everything we can to help minimize the harshest possible penalties.
Contact Us If You Have Been Accused Of A Probation Violation
If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation or bail bond, you should seek legal help as soon as possible. Call our law office in San Antonio at 210-538-2913 or contact us online.