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Charge: Assault - State claimed client hit victim with a telephone and broke victim’s nose. However, the client was acting in self-defense.

Verdict: NOT GUILTY

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Failed Drug Tests

A frequent sentence as a result of a drug conviction is the requirement to report for periodic drug testing during the probation period. There are several ways of testing an individual for the presence of drugs in their system, including blood, hair, urine, and saliva, although urine tests are the most common. Failure to pass a court-mandated drug test could result in serious ramifications.

If you or a loved one has failed a drug test while on probation, you could be facing serious consequences including incarceration for the remainder of the probationary period. Fortunately, the attorneys at Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C, may be able to help. Contact our Houston probation violation attorneys by calling 713-222-0400 today.

About Failed Drug Tests

If you have recently failed a court-mandated drug test, you could face a variety of consequences. After a test is returned as positive for prohibited drugs, your probation officer will submit a report to the judge who will then discern an appropriate consequence for your particular situation. These consequences may include, but are not limited to:

  • Incarceration
  • Heavy fines
  • Mental evaluations
  • Requirement to complete a rehab program
  • Further drug testing
  • Extended probationary period

All of these can have an impact on your personal, educational, and occupational goals. However, an experienced attorney can help defend your rights.

Contact Us

A failed drug test can carry serious and far-reaching results. Fortunately, our Houston probation violation attorneys are ready to put their passion and experience to work for you. If you are facing charges of probation violation, contact Johnson, Johnson & Baer, P.C., by calling 713-222-0400 today.