The consequences of violating your parole in Texas could lead to revocation and/or re-imprisonment. If you are being accused of violating your parole, you could loose your freedom. Immediately contact an experienced Houston criminal defense attorney who can defend and protect your legal rights.
Houston criminal defense attorney Alan Cohen has successfully represented numerous clients accused and charged with an array of criminal offenses including parole violations. Mr. Cohen is an experienced trial lawyer who provides affordable, high quality criminal defense advice and representation to all his clients. He will take the time to investigate your situation, review the charges, and mediate or litigate to help minimize or dismiss the charges against you.
In many cases, an individual does not intentionally violate his parole. A simple misunderstanding or mistake such as failure to report with the parole officer could result in a violation. Our experienced Houston criminal defense attorney can help with many parole violations.
Arrest and conviction of another offense
Possession of weapons
Possession of illegal substances
Concealment of your whereabouts
Failure to pass drug test
Failure to report to parole officer
Failure to pay fines
Failure to complete community service
If you are accused of violating any conditions of your parole, don't risk your freedom by not having an experienced attorney at your side. Immediately contact a skillful Houston criminal attorney who can defend you and aggressively pursue a favorable outcome.
To obtain helpful legal advice and effective representation, please contact Houston criminal defense attorney Alan Cohen.
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