If you voluntarily revoke, the judge can sentence you up to the maximum punishment under the original plea agreement. You may be able to reach an agreement with the DA for a lesser sentence. Otherwise, it will be the judge's decision.
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You need an experienced Williamson County Attorney. I have been practicing in Williamson County for 20 years and I have been able to negotiate deals for less than the maximum. What you are looking at depends on the judge and how well that you have been doing.
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Ms. Jaggers and Mr. Jones are correct.
This is not a do it yourself project.
Get a good criminal defense lawyer who knows his or her way around the Williamson County system.
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The answer to your question depends largely upon which judge sentenced you in Williamson County. Feel free to intact my office for a consultation.
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