Motion to Revoke Probation (MTR)
When the court charges you with violating the terms of your release, it can hold you in custody until your matter can be heard by the court. Furthermore, a revoked probation can send you back to jail for years.
Criminal defense attorney Patrick Hancock has defended people accused of probation violations in and around the San Antonio area for more than 32 years. He understands the risks of a Motion to Revoke Probation (MTRP) and the need to act quickly to protect your freedom and your future.
Protection Against Parole and Probation Violations
If your probation officer is seeking to hold you for a probation violation, your freedom is on the line. Contact the San Antonio Law Offices of Patrick L. Hancock for a free, confidential consultation. Call 24/7, day or night, weekend or week day: 210-223-8844.
Patrick Hancock is not just an experienced attorney; he is an accomplished attorney who has been selected for inclusion in top peer-review publications such as Texas Super Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America. He is also a member of The National Trial Lawyers, an invite-only organization of the top 100 trial lawyers in every state (as determined by the organization).
Defending the Freedom of People in Probation Violation Hearings
If you received probation (also called community supervision), parole or deferred adjudication, you must abide by the terms of your release. If your probation or parole officer feels that you have violated those conditions, he or she may ask the court to issue a warrant for your arrest.
It is important to remember that it is more difficult to defend probation violation charges the more violations you receive. That being said, attorney Patrick L. Hancock can defend you against a number of probation or parole violations including:
- Failing a UA or drug test
- Being charged with a new criminal offense
- Failing to pay court-ordered fines
- Failing to pay court-ordered restitution
- Not remaining in contact with probation or parole officials
Patrick L. Hancock will also represent you in bond or motion to revoke probation hearings in courts in and around San Antonio. He makes sure the court hears your side of the story and considers giving you a second chance. Many violations are the result of a miscommunication or a misunderstanding between you and your probation officer. He will attempt to convince the court to reconsider the termination of your probation or parole.
Hire an Attorney Who Will Fight to Protect Your Freedom in MTRP Hearings
If the court finds that you have committed a probation violation, you may have to return to jail to finish all or part of your remaining sentence. It is your attorney’s job to prevent that from happening to you. Patrick L. Hancock will argue strenuously and aggressively for your release from custody, the continuation of your probation or the discharge of your probationary release.
Do not let a missed appointment or simple mistake send you back to jail. Hire experienced criminal defense attorney Patrick L. Hancock to represent you in an MTRP hearing. Contact him online or call his San Antonio law office at 210-223-8844.