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If you are on probation or deferred adjudication and have been arrested or accused of violating the terms of your probation, you may worry that you will now face the maximum sentence for your original crime. This is not necessarily true. Although you have waived your right to a trial by jury and other rights by going on probation, you still have constitutional rights that can be protected by a competent and aggressive Cedar Hill criminal defense attorney – like Robin McCarty.
Attorney McCarty leads our firm with his extensive experience in the field of criminal law, including as a former peace officer and former prosecutor. When it comes to misdemeanor charges, we realize that much is at stake, even though you may be facing relatively minor penalties. Our goal is to ensure your arrest and charges have as small an impact as possible on your life and your future opportunities.
At McCarty-Larson, PLLC, we help probationers across Red Oak, Mayoearl, Midlothian, Waxahachie, and the surrounding areas who have been accused of committing new crimes or have otherwise been accused of violating the terms of their court-ordered probation. If a Motion to Revoke Probation or a Motion to Adjudicate Guilt has been filed and a warrant has been issued for your arrest, call our firm. We can offer skilled defense counsel when you need it most.
Our Ellis County probation violation lawyers represent probationers accused of such violations as:
In addition to representing clients who have been accused of probation violations, we can also determine whether you may be a candidate for early termination. We can carefully craft the legal motions necessary to shorten the length of your probation or deferred adjudication, sometimes to as little as one-third of the original term required by the court.
Find out more about your rights by calling McCarty-Larson, PLLC at (972) 895-7636.