Get an Early Release From Probation
In some cases, it is possible in the state of Texas for your probation to be ended early. That decision is entirely up to a judge and they don’t hand this privilege out to anyone. With the help of Attorney Martin Braddy, you may be able to terminate your probation early and move on with your life.
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Are you eligible for early probation termination in Texas?
In order to be eligible to apply for early release, you must have already completed either 2 years or 33% of your probation sentence (whichever happens first)
If you are on probation for murder, indecency with a child, aggravated assault or robbery, or any offense that required you to register as a sex offender, you can not get your probation reduced in Texas. Shortened probation is also not an option for a number of alcohol-related offenses including DWI, boating while intoxicated, intoxication manslaughter, etc.
Tips for increasing your chances of early probation release:
- Have an honest conversation with your probation officer; their opinion will most likely be the judge’s main deciding factor
- Pay all fines, fees, and penalties associated with your probation sentence; your motion will not be granted if you don’t
- Do everything your probation requires; pass drug tests, complete all community service, attend all classes, etc.
- Partner with an experienced local attorney; work with a lawyer who knows the best way to present your case to local judges
Attorney Martin Braddy is an experienced local criminal defense lawyer who may be able to assist you in getting an early release from probation. In addition, he can assess your situation and find the most effective way to present your case to a judge. Attorney Braddy can also help you file and ensure that anything submitted to the court is compliant with state procedures. So contact us today for a free initial consultation to verify your eligibility and discuss your options. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
The information contained on this website is presented for informational and marketing purposes only and is not to be understood as legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice respecting your individual needs. Martin Braddy Attorney at Law looks forward to speaking with you about your particular needs. Please note, however, that the mere act of contacting our firm does not create an attorney-client relationship. As a result, you should never send any confidential information to our office until a Representation Agreement has been signed by both you and Martin Braddy Attorney at Law