At Topek & Topek, Attorneys at Law, our Houston probation revocation attorneys represent people who have been accused of violating probation terms. It can feel scary being accused of violating the terms of your probation. You may have many questions and concerns, and we can help—we work earnestly with people to help them avoid negative consequence.
We do know that many people—even those who have not been accused of violating certain terms—need help understanding issues regarding probation. These people don’t necessarily need to hire an attorney, but they do need answers to their questions.
We believe a great starting place is the Harris County website. The Harris County Community Supervision & Corrections Department has prepared a lengthy list of commonly asked questions. Some of the answers address administrative concerns, such as where to send payments, how to get required documents, and what items a person should bring on the first visit. Other answers define key terms and provide short overviews of related programs. The short, simple answers provided on this site may help keep you on track.
If, however, you have questions about probation that cannot be answered by visiting that website, please contact us. We are an experienced and compassionate father-son team of Houston, Texas, criminal defense lawyers. We regularly represent people who have been accused of violating probation requirements. You may reach us by filling out the secure online form, or by calling us today at (888) 661-5030.