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If you have been convicted of a criminal offense in the Houston area, part of your sentence most likely included being placed on probation. If you do not fulfill the terms of your probation, you can be charged with a probation violation and possibly be returned to jail or prison to serve the original sentence. Some of the most common offenses that result in a probation violation include:
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When you have been charged with a probation violation, a range of negative consequences will result. One of the first things that will happen is the issuing of an arrest warrant. After a warrant has been issued, law enforcement has the right to take you into custody at any time and any place they make contact with you. Once you have been taken into custody, your probation may be revoked and you will be forced to serve the remainder of your original jail term. Even after suffering through this, you can still be forced to pay additional fines for violating the conditions of your probation. Contact the Law Office of Shahin Zamir to ensure you are treated with justice.
Unfortunately, many people attempt to take probation violations into their own hands or ignore the problem, assuming it will be resolved on its own. With the assistance of a skilled probation attorney from the Law Office of Shahin Zamir, you can protect yourself against harsh jail sentences resulting from probation violations. In the rare event that we can not get your probation reinstated, a skilled Houston probation attorney is your best chance of receiving the shortest possible jail sentence. Many probation terms become unreasonable for some people. Our attorneys can effectively explain this to the court and possibly have your terms changed to fit your abilities and needs, keeping you out of trouble when your probation is reinstated.
If you have violated your probation, contact the Law Office of Shahin Zamir, whether you have been taken into custody or not. We will fight to protect your freedom and make sure that due process is followed in your case.
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