Community Supervision, also commonly referred to as Probation, is an excellent option for persons who hope to avoid jail time after a criminal conviction or admission of guilt.
If you have any questions about probation, or the revocation and reinstatement of probation granted that the situation applies to you, contact Houston defense attorney Christian Capitaine as soon as possible for immediate help.
Houston Probation Violation Cases
If you’re facing a situation in which the revocation of your probation/community supervision is a real possibility, or has already occurred, attorney Christian Capitaine will assist you. Our office will address any inquiries you have and may be able to remedy the situation for you.
Although the loss of your freedom is a real possibility, you may also face other unintended consequences in addition to jail time. This is where attorney Christian Capitaine has come to the aid of his clients on many occasions.
He consistently provides legal representation for defendants who are facing the revocation of their probation/community supervision. As a criminal defense lawyer in Houston, he’s one of the few to specifically focus on helping people that are alleged to have violated the terms of their probationary agreement.
Common Reasons for Probation Revocation
- Failing a Drug Test
- Violating Terms of the Probationary Agreement
- Failing an alcohol Test
- Failure to pay fees
- Failure to pay a fine
- Failure to complete community service duties
- Failure to report to your probation officer
- Failure to contact your probation officer
Attorney Christian Capitaine is ready to stand firm as your lawyer in the event that a motion for revocation is filed.
The Capitaine Law Firm will exhaust any resource required to ensure that you avoid jail.
You have the right to attend and request a hearing concerning the motion of revocation. The Capitaine Law Firm will be in your corner, fighting for your defense and working to challenge the accusations throughout the process.
Attorney Christiane Capitaine promises to diligently review the evidence in the case, scrutinize the details of the situation as it relates to your situation, review the history of the probation officer, and will fight for your good name with integrity.
You can expect to be notified of all developments with your case. You can expect affordable and flexible fee options and a strong legal strategy.
To make contact with the Capitaine Law Firm, or to schedule a free consultation so you can meet with attorney Christian Capitaine, call us at 832-618-7831, or click here to send us a message.
If your probation is being revoked, get in touch with us as soon as possible.