Will my probation be revoked?
If I’m on felony probation and I get charged with a DWI, will my probation be revoked?
– RJ, Texas
Any subsequent offense from a public intoxication to a DWI to a felony may be grounds for revocation. As the standard of proof is less for revocation than for conviction you could be found not guilty but still be revoked. In my 20 years of practice I have helped many people avoid revocation.
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