Legal Advice for Deferred Adjudication — 6 results
Written by attorney William Mange, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
A deferred adjudication is most easily explained when discussing a very serious offense, such as a first degree felony. The full range of punishment for a first-degree felony is... more
Written by attorney Shannon Locke, over 5 years ago.
What is Deferred Adjudication? Deferred Adjudication is a special kind of probation. People are placed on Deferred Adjudication once they admit guilt (or enter a no contest plea) and the... more
Written by attorney Evan Pierce-Jones, almost 3 years ago.
Texas law provides for two kinds of probation, or as it is more correctly called under Texas law, "community supervision."
To understand how these two kinds of probation work, let's talk... more
Written by attorney Michael Howard, about 4 years ago.
What is deferred adjudication probation (also called deferred probation or non-adjudicated probation) and how does it work in Texas? How does deferred differ from regular probation? What... more
Written by attorney Robert Tuthill, about 6 years ago.
"Deferred Adjudication" In short, Deferred Adjudication is a type of probation. A defendant is placed on a probation for a certain period of time. If the probation is successfully... more
Written by attorney Jodi Soyars, about 3 years ago.
Looking to get your case expunged or sealed, then do not be fooled! "Deferred Adjudication" dismissals do not usually qualify for expunction.
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