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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.


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Probation Conditions

Despite the fact that you are not physically locked down in a jail cell, being on probation can make it feel like you have no control over your own life. Unfortunately, this is largely the intent of the probation system – it is designed to keep an individual from committing further crimes without the actual containment of prison. There is the constant threat that if you violate your probationary conditions, you will be forced to go back to court and face harsh sentencing.

Even though prosecutors often address it as an “easy way out” for individuals convicted of a crime, anyone who has been placed on probation can attest to the fact that it can make your life miserable. The experienced defense attorneys of Johnson, Johnson & Baer can help negotiate a sentence to make sure life under the restrictions of probation is as comfortable as possible. Contact us today at 713-523-0404 for more information.

Possible Probation Restrictions

The conditions of a person’s probation are determined by the court on a case-by-case basis, but can include restrictions on:

  • When a person can be out of the house
  • Whether a person must work
  • With whom a person associates
  • Place of residence

Violating any of the restrictions or others imposed by the probation terms can easily land a person in prison.

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If you are worried that your probation may be revoked, you deserve to have your rights fully protected. Contact the Houston criminal defense attorneys of Johnson, Johnson & Baer at 713-523-0404 to discuss your case today.