We are experienced in criminal cases and will protect your rights
If you or someone you know is currently on probation, and you violate the terms of that probation, you will experience some very serious consequences. If you have violated probation, you need an experienced criminal attorney – San Antonio criminal defense attorney Alexander Vollmer is ready to take on your case. At The Law Office of Alexander W. Vollmer, we have the knowledge and resources needed to get the best possible outcome.
Alex Vollmer is a criminal defense attorney that has provided his legal services in San Antonio since 2010. After passing the bar exam, Alex began working as a prosecutor for the District Attorney’s office in Bexar County. Two years later, he established his own law firm, dedicated to providing defensive legal services and peace of mind to clients in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. When you want an experienced probations violation attorney, you can turn to The Law Office of Alex Vollmer.
What can happen if I violate probation?
If you have been charged with a crime in the state of Texas, and the judge decides to grant you probation, you are essentially given a second chance because someone in the court/criminal justice system felt you deserved it. Terms of your probation will be set and, if you violate those terms, it’s very possible you will end up in jail. Violations can include skipping a meeting with your probation officer, failing a urine test, failing to pay fines or associating with people that you are supposed to avoid.
Probation violations are a difficult case to handle, because you’ve been given a second chance by the court. It’s possible that you will be held in jail without bond. You may not have the right to a trial by jury. If you’re accused of a probation violation, should immediately hire an experienced attorney to handle your case. At The Law Office of Alexander W. Vollmer, we will aggressively pursue your case to get the best possible outcome.
Contact Alex Vollmer for experienced representation
If you have violated probation, or have been accused of violating probation, there is still hope. Don’t risk handling the case on your own. Contact probation violation attorney Alex Vollmer for experienced representation and the best chance at a favorable outcome.
For more information, or to schedule a consultation, contact The Law Office of Alex Vollmer today at (210) 317-9724.