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Probation

Probation is often used in criminal proceedings as an order imposed by a court in lieu of incarceration. Individuals on probation have typically been convicted of a crime and have served a partial sentence in jail or none at all. Probation typically means that the individual is allowed to remain free, but must follow rules and regulations in order to stay out of jail.

An individual who violates the conditions of his or her probation may find their probation revoked and may face a lengthy incarceration. For more information on probation and probation violation, contact Austin criminal defense attorney Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 today.

Common Probation Terms

Judges will often assign probation to individuals accused of misdemeanors and felonies of a non-violent nature. Terms of probation may include:

  • Assignment of a probation officer to whom the individual must report on a regular basis
  • An imposed curfew
  • Assignment of community service work
  • An order to refrain from further criminal activity
  • A designation of where to live and where the individual may work
  • Orders against the possession of firearms and other weapons
  • Orders against contacting the victims (especially in the case of spousal or child abuse)
  • The individual may be subject to drug or alcohol testing
  • An electronic monitoring tag may be assigned to the individual

Contact an Austin Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been accused of violating your probation you need professional legal assistance. Contact Austin probation violation attorney Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 to discuss your legal options.


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