RESULTS: Fierce Advocate For Our Client
Our client faced:
- 2nd Motion To Revoke probation in 3 years for probation violations ranging from drug & alcohol use,
- A new arrest, to having contact with certain people she was court-ordered not to have contact with.
Our firm prevented a Motion To Revoke after the new offense by getting in the case early & showing the state how our client addressed her issues that led to the new arrest.
Fast forward almost a year & our client had another new offense but we were able to address that matter & prevent an MTR there too.
Finally, the client committed another new offense & the state had enough!
The maximum offense punishment for the probation case was 10 years, not to mention the associated time for the new cases.
We fiercely advocated for our client & secured a 3-year Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) term, making her potentially eligible for parole in just a few months.
Further, all the other cases were resolved with a time-served agreement.
While TDC is never our goal, sometimes it’s a reality because of the situation, & here, there were almost 20 probation violations with literally a handful of chances.
Every year matters in negotiation, especially when considering time already served & Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) guidelines for parole eligibility.[/column]
Blizzard and Zimmerman Attorneys work tirelessly to achieve the greatest possible results for each of our clients and their families. This is one of our successful results, settlements, and verdicts. Every case and client is unique and depends upon the individual facts and circumstances of each case. Clients may or may not obtain the same or similar results in each case.