The best strategy is to have an attorney on your side prior to facing any allegations of probation violations. In Denton County, if you have violated probation, they don't mess around. It is possible that there could be an arrest warrant obtained without your knowledge. You should contact an attorney and discuss the specifics of your circumstance so that you will be best prepared for whatever may lie ahead. If I were you, I would consult with an attorney prior to any future probation meetings.
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All due respect, your first notice that you needed an attorney was whatever you may have taken to cause the bad urinalysis. Your second notice that you need to consult an attorney was the bad result. An arrest warrant may be issued without you finding out until too late. You can check Denton County Clerk or District clerk (if its a felony) website to see if a motion to revoke your probation has been filed. If they are online. A motion to revoke is a lot easier for a prosecutor to move forward on than just a trial, however it may lead to a renegotiation of your probation terms (not in your favor) or jail time (especially depending on the severity of the violation(s) and your history) or jail time (usually shorter timeperiod) and probation extension
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The general process is for the probation officer to present a violation report to the court. This violation report will contain your positive UA and any other probation violation allegations. After this, a warrant will likely be issued.
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