If you are on any type of probation, and you are accused of being violating of probation, the state has the burden of proving that you in fact, did violate the terms of probation by a preponderance of the evidence. Preponderance of the evidence means the government has to show that a violation occurred more likely than not (that the scale is tipped in favor of the violation, even if just slightly).
Regular probation is when you are do community service in lieu of going to jail. If you violate terms the terms of your probation you can face serious consequences and it could adversely affect your reputation.
If you are on deferred adjudication probation and you violate the terms of your probation than you potentially face the full range of punishments that you were originally subjected to.
If you are accused of violating your probation, contact an NNK attorney at 972-939-4878 immediately.
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NNK Legal Group is committed to protecting our clients and their constitutional rights. If you are facing criminal charges, you should not waste any time contacting one of our attorneys at 972-939-4878. We will fight for your rights honestly and aggressively.