Probation & Parole Attorney

Probation Violations

If you have been granted probation (community supervision or deferred adjudication,) it is a harsh blow to be accused of violating the terms of your probation. If you are found to be in violation, your probation could be revoked. The State can file a Motion to Adjudicate Guilt or a Motion to Revoke Probation, and you may have to serve the rest of your sentence in prison. We are Tim Molina and Linda Molina, criminal defense lawyers who are dedicated to protecting your rights in this critical legal matter.

We can take swift action on your behalf if you have been accused of a probation violation such as:

  • Failing to report to your probation officer
  • Failing a drug or alcohol test
  • Failing to complete mandatory counseling
  • Associating with people you are forbidden from associating with
  • Committing another crime

Parole And Parole Violations

If you are up for parole, we can help you make the most effective case to the parole board. We know what information they are likely to find compelling, and we can help put your case in the best possible light.

If you have been released on parole and have been accused of a parole violation, we can provide you with strong, aggressive criminal defense representation. We have a proven record of success in handling criminal law matters for clients in San Antonio and throughout the surrounding areas in Texas.

Contact Our Law Office For Probation And Parole Guidance

We are former prosecutors who can address all of your concerns regarding probation and parole. Contact our law office online or by telephone at 210-591-0687 or toll free at 800-560-4016 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced probation violation attorney.