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Jeff was able to get my twice the legal limit BAC thrown out and he kept me from having an interlock device put on my car.

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Hiring Jeff Kennedy turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life.

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We did exactly as Jeff instructed and the case was dismissed. There are no words to explain how happy we are with his performance.

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Jeff was able to get my twice the legal limit BAC thrown out and he kept me from having an interlock device put on my car.

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October 20, 2020

What Happens if I Get a New Charge While on Probation?

Many people who are on probation (community supervision) are haunted by this fear: What happens if I get a new charge while on probation?

You’re right to be concerned. One of the worst things you can do on probation is commit a new crime. Yes, it can be a violation of your probation to be charged with a new crime. Your probation grant can be revoked. And you can be sentenced to jail or prison—not only on the probation charge, but on the new charge, too.

Revocation Proceedings After Violating Your Probation Grant

In most cases, your probation officer won’t even have a choice. If you are charged with a new crime, a petition to revoke your probation will likely need to be filed. If it’s a felony charge, you will need to fight the new charge. If you’re convicted of the new crime, that’s an automatic probation violation.

If you’ve been charged with a new crime while on probation, contact a lawyer who can defend you and represent you in court during probation violation proceedings. Your lawyer may be able to get your probation grant reinstated, especially if the new charge gets dismissed.

Reach Out to a Fort Worth Criminal Defense Lawyer

What happens if you get a new charge while on probation? If you get a new charge while on probation, you will likely face revocation proceedings, especially if that charge is a felony. You will more than likely need a lawyer to defend you and protect your rights.

Contact the Law Offices of Jeff C. Kennedy right away. A date is likely already set for your violation hearing. And you don’t want to deal with that without a top defense lawyer. Call 817-605-1010 or fill out the online contact form on this page.

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