You're entitled to an court appointed attorney in IL if you cannot afford one. You need to let Texas Parole know about the situation going on in IL to see if there is a warrant or if they want you to go up there and face the charges without IL having to come pick you up in Texas.
IL should understand your situation because they put you on probation knowing your situation in Texas. At least this is the argument your soon to be attorney in IL should be making for you to have your probation continued.
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You need to get the money together to hire a lawyer. The problem is when your going back and forth between states and not notifying anyone those are violations. When you came to Texas, it was a violation of your probation. If you go back it will be a violation of your parole. You must let them know when you are moving to States.
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