I feel that his case is not fair legally. He was revoked because a probation officer told another that he seen him leaving HEB with beer. He sticks to the fact that he is innocent. I can say when he went to probation for recommendation they did have a bad start. I was there and she told him get out of my office & you won't be back in my office if she has anything to do with it. Of course who is the judge going to believe him or the probation officers. What is the coincidence of it being a probation officer in the office close to hers be the one that apparently sees him 24 hr. after leaving court. He could of pleaded out for 2 yrs. but he said he was innocent and got 6 yrs.
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It sounds like he was sentenced at a contested revocation hearing. Your only option now is to hire an appellate attorney.
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Your son can appeal the decision of the trial court to revoke him. If your son was on a deferred adjudication then his appellate rights are small. You will need to meet with an attorney to appeal quickly.
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