Probation Defense That Considers Your Needs
Any legal challenge is frightening, but when you’re going to court for a probation violation or revocation, your freedom may be on the line. The probation system is different than a regular criminal proceeding. With everything on the line, you need an attorney who can negotiate and defend you.
Probation violations are judged by preponderance of the evidence, instead of requiring proof beyond a reasonable doubt. This means you need an attorney who understands the nuances of the system and what the judge or probation seeks in charging you.
Common revocations or violations include:
- Failure of a drug test
- Failure to report
- Committing a new offense
- Failure to pay fines or fees
- Failure to complete assigned community service
- Failure to complete assigned drug awareness or treatment programs
- Failure to appear in court
Deep Knowledge Of The Legal System
Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, has more than 30 years of criminal law experience in Arlington. He is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization; he is respected by his peers and he is a third-generation Texas lawyer. He knows the court system thoroughly and he works diligently to make sure his clients get the defense they need.
Developing Strategies That Work For You
When you visit with Mr. Ashworth, he will work with you directly. He gets to know your case. Because every hearing is different, Mr. Ashworth customizes his defense based on your needs and the unique circumstances of your situation. He will answer your questions and he will also provide honest feedback about what to expect, based on his years of experience.
He will fight for you and defend your freedoms whenever necessary.