Abilene & San Angelo Early Probation Release Attorney
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If you have satisfied all the conditions of your court-ordered probation in Texas, a judge may grant early termination of your probation. In order to see if you qualify for early probation, you must speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney to get the best possible outcome.
At the Law Offices of David M. White, we can file a motion for early termination on behalf of clients throughout West Texas. Our Abilene and San Angelo early probation release lawyer can examine your case, determine if you completed all or most of the court-ordered conditions, and help you obtain early release from probation.
Contact us today at (325) 221-4421 for a free initial consultation.
Texas Early Termination of Probation
If you were charged with a criminal offense and elected to take probation, you may be eligible for early termination of probation after completing one-third or two years of their probation, whichever is less. Yet, a judge may not review the request until the defendant has finished one-half or two years of their probation period, whichever is more.
If a defendant meets specific qualifications, judges in Texas have the power to terminate probation early. Common factors a judge may take into account include the severity of the underlying offense, the defendant’s criminal history, any opinion from the defendant’s probation officer and the prosecutor of the case, and others.
The following are the qualifications of early termination of probation in Texas:
- Complete at least one-third of your probation period
- Complete court-ordered treatment or counseling
- Pay fines, restitution, and other court-related costs and fees
- Fulfill all probation conditions with no or a minimum number of violations
- Not convicted of a disqualifying offense, such as DWI, sex crimes, and serious violent crimes
If you qualify, a criminal lawyer can help you request early termination by filing a written motion asking the judge to discharge you from probation. In turn, the judge may set aside your verdict, give you a chance to withdraw your plea, and dismiss your case entirely.
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Our firm is committed to protecting your rights, future, and freedom. Let us help you secure early probation release and get your life back on track.
Call (325) 221-4421 for more information about our effective and responsive legal services. Serving residents of Abilene, San Angelo, and throughout West Texas.
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