A motion to modify disposition or revoke supervision can be filed against your child if he or she has violated the terms and conditions of his or her original probation. This is a serious matter. Depending on the nature of the original charge, this can be the first step in the state of Texas removing your child from your home and placing him or her outside your home in a residential setting or in a Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) facility.
Potential Effects On A Juvenile Of A Probation Violation
Generally, depending on your child's supervision guideline level, a violation of his or her probation can result in an increase to a higher level, an extension of his or her probation term or the addition of other conditions of probation. Allow the law office of J. Michael Price II, located in Dallas, Texas, to guide your child through the process.
If your child is facing a motion to revoke his or her probation, please call us immediately at 214-765-8000 to schedule a consultation with our attorney. All hope is not lost. We have been very successful at keeping our juvenile clients on their same probation terms and not allowing the state or judges to remove our client from his or her home. Even in impossible situations, I have been successful in keeping kids from being sent to TJJD.
We put more than 15 years of proven success behind your child's case and work to eventually seal juvenile records to make sure mistakes today don't become a burden as adult.
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Practicing exclusively in criminal and juvenile defense, and recognized by organizations including Martindale-Hubbell, and has been named in Texas Super Lawyers®, a Thomson Reuters service, from 2005-2018, as published in Texas Monthly Magazine, we stand ready to provide reliable and effective representation for all juvenile crimes. Contact our office today or call us directly at 214-765-8000 to schedule an initial consultation.