What does MTRP or APR stand for with a criminal case such as DWI?
– RJ, Texas
MTRP stands for Motion to Revoke Probation. APR stands for Application to Revoke Probation. They both mean basically the same thing. MTRP and APR are the names given to the paperwork that is filed when someone violates or messes up on probation. Anyone on probation for DWI, family violence, or some felony, needs an experienced attorney if they’re accused of violating that probation. I have helped many people avoid serious jail time.
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