what happens when someone violates defferd adjudication three times? whats the best outcome i can hope for?
Answered on: 10/25/12, 6:16 am by Jeffrey Brashear
Based on what you have written and without more specific details, generally violating a term(s) of your deferred adjudication will result in the DA's office filing a motion to adjudicate and you appearing before the Court to answer the motion to adjudicate. What where the prior issues which you violated your deferred? What is the current issue of violation? You should consider at least meeting and consulting with a local law firm to assist you with this matter. You may view more information on deferred adjudications and motions to adjudicate at http://www.thebrashearlawfirm.com or contact one of our attorneys to discus your specific concerns.
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