Motion to Revoke Probation
If you or a loved one are currently on probation or deferred adjudication and are facing a Motion to Revoke Probation (MTR) or a Motion to Enter an Adjudication of Guilt, you need an experience attorney on your side. Attorney Tesa Jackson – Michael has experience defending clients in Motion to Revoke probation hearings.
In your Motion to Revoke Probation (MTR) hearing, you have limited rights. You do not have a right to have a jury trial. The State of Texas does not have to prove that you violated your probation beyond a reasonable doubt. The State of Texas only has to prove you violated a term of your probation by a preponderance of the evidence. However, you do have a right to a hearing in front of the Judge regarding your Motion to Revoke Probation (MTR) hearing. During this hearing, attorney Tesa Jackson – Michael will defend the allegations against you.
In your Motion to Enter an Adjudication of Guilt hearing, the entire range of punishment that was originally before the court in the underlying case is available to the court.
If you are facing a Motion to Revoke probation (MTR) or a Motion to Enter an Adjudication of Guilt hearing, contact attorney Tesa Jackson – Michael.
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