Skilled Post-Conviction Representation From A Seasoned Attorney
The conclusion of a criminal case does not always mean that your legal problems are over. For many individuals, a criminal record can haunt them for years to come with the ever-increasing use of criminal background checks. If you were placed on probation as a part of the resolution and sentencing in your case, an alleged probation violation can expose you to jail or prison time.
From Probation Violations To Your Criminal Record, Get The Answers You Need
At the law office of Terri Daniel, Attorney at Law, PLLC, in McKinney, Texas, I understand how frustrating ongoing problems with the justice system can be for individuals who believed that the criminal charges were a thing of the past. A new legal challenge while working through the terms and conditions of probation can derail your life. Having a past arrest or criminal conviction on your record can provide significant challenges in pursuing work, educational, military or housing opportunities.
I provide the same level of energy and experienced guidance to help clients navigate difficult post-conviction issues, including:
- Aggressive representation for alleged probation violations: Individuals often have a great sense of relief when a criminal case is resolved with a probationary sentence. However, allegations of a violation of the terms of probation can present unique challenges. A probation violation can lead to significant fines, renewed exposure to prison and, potentially, new criminal charges. Unfortunately, many alleged violations do not justify the revocation of probation. You need to work with a lawyer who has a deep understanding of how to resolve probation matters effectively. Call 469-845-9951 at the first sign of trouble to discuss your legal options.
- Thorough guidance to obtain expunctions or nondisclosure orders: Texas law allows individuals who have been arrested in the past to have the records destroyed in limited circumstances. In other situations, an individual who received a deferred prosecution can ask the court for an order of nondisclosure. Expunctions and orders for nondisclosure are valuable tools that allow individuals to move on with their lives after a brush with the law. I will fully analyze your unique circumstances, provide straightforward advice about your options and guide you through the legal process if you are eligible for an expunction or nondisclosure order.
Turn To My Experience To Protect Your Rights – Free Consultation
Do not let a mistake, lapse in judgment or a past indiscretion continue to have a negative impact on your future. To schedule a free consultation with a Board-Certified* criminal defense lawyer in Collin County to discuss your post-conviction challenge, send me an email or call 469-845-9951.
*Attorney Terri Daniel is Board-Certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.