Understanding Motions To Revoke Probation (MRP) In Texas
If you have been placed on probation in Texas, you are expected to obey certain conditions to maintain your probation. You may be at risk of probation revocation if you violate the terms of your probation. Some common probation violations are:
- Committing a new offense
- Not reporting to the probation officer
- Failing drug tests
- Failing to complete required drug/DWI classes
- Not completing the required community service
If your probation officer or prosecutor files a motion to revoke probation (MRP), a warrant will be issued for your arrest. However, you have a right to fight the motion and ask that your probation be reinstated. At [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-2″], our experienced criminal defense lawyers can guide you through the process and help you avoid jail time whenever possible.
You Can Fight Motions To Revoke Probation
If your probation is at risk, it is important to act quickly to secure the representation you need. You have very limited time to respond to an MRP, and a proven criminal defense attorney can help you use that time wisely to protect your probation and maximize your chances of success.
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