Probation Revocation Protecting Your Freedom Is Our Top Priority

Smith County Probation Revocation Lawyers

Serving Cherokee County, Van Zandt County & the Surrounding Areas

Probation is an important option for people to be able to pay the consequences of their crimes without being sent to prison. However, if a person on probation is accused of violating the terms, they have very little opportunity to stand up for themselves and avoid suffering further consequences. At Rollings Wood & Pace, our Smith County probation violation lawyers know how important it is for you to stay in control of your life, and we offer dependable advocacy to help you get the best outcome for your situation.

Schedule your free consultation with Rollings Wood & Pace today by calling (903) 408-3332 or contacting our firm online.

Your Rights at a Probation Revocation Hearing

While a criminal hearing allows you to present your side of the story and presumes that you are innocent until proven guilty, probation violation hearings are known for feeling one-sided and biased against the accused. Your probation officer will have far more sway than you will, which is why it is crucial to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who can protect your rights and help you avoid further consequences.

During your revocation hearing, you have a right to:

  • Be represented by an attorney
  • Be clearly informed about the allegations made against you
  • A fair hearing in court from a neutral judge
  • Defend yourself by telling your side of the story

Protecting Your Future

At Rollings Wood & Pace, our priority is making sure you have the best chance at a prosperous future. We can work with you to determine the best way to approach your case, and we can leverage our relationships within the legal community to help you find a way through these challenges without going to prison.

For example, you may be provided options, such as:

  • Extending the Length of Probation
  • Participating in a Rehabilitation Program
  • Serving a Minimal or Reduced Time in Jail

By calling our firm as soon as possible, we can take the time to examine the violations filed against you. You don’t have to face your probation revocation hearing alone or without adequate representation.

Call (903) 408-3332today to get started. Our Smith County probation revocation attorneys are here to help.

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    - Sydney
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    - Devante
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What Sets Us Apart?

  • Accessible to Our Clients

    Client satisfaction is our top priority. We are always available to assist our clients in their time of need.

  • We Truly Care for Our Clients

    We are a compassionate and family-oriented firm. We take pride in getting to know our clients and how to best tell their story.

  • Go-To Firm for Drug Crimes

    We practice in multiple facets of criminal law, however, we are known in the community as the go-to firm for Drug crimes.

  • Trusted & Respected

    Our hard-working attorneys have gained the trust and respect of those in our community and the people we have served.