Ashley Reyes
Ashley Reyes
23:28 29 Oct 20
Sarah and her staff is by far the best attorney our family could of used ! She truly cares about her clients and will... do everything to help get the best outcome ! She got our case dismissed we never even had to go to court and she was amazing at communicating and even with covid she still made sure to always keep us in the loop ! She is so knowledgeable of the law and I was so confident in her. She was always available for anything and that shows she cares! She will fight to the end for her clients and I witnessed that ! She is worth every single penny and just remember you get what you pay for and in Sarah you will get a A Plus attorney and her whole team fight for the client and she does not back down ! I was recommended by her from several friends who had worked with the court system and they all recommended her ! Very easy to talk to she is to the point and does not sugar coat things and does everything for you! She will give all she has to fight for you and has so much fire in her I just love her and her team !You would not be disappointed she will always be so special to our family after her fight for justice ! I can not explain fully in words how amazing she truly is ! You will get top of the line legal support with her staff thank you beyond word Sarah Roland and staff !!read more
Katherine Mastropiero
Katherine Mastropiero
18:28 15 Jul 20
Very friendly and helpful! Super sweet staff.
AllwaysMae Prevatt
AllwaysMae Prevatt
14:38 09 Mar 20
Sarah is verp personable, know her law, worth every dime.
SHARON THORP
SHARON THORP
23:53 23 Jan 20
Knowledgeable, intelligent and professional. Great attorney.
scooter rainwater
scooter rainwater
06:35 28 Nov 19
If you are looking for an attorney in Denton, Sarah Roland is going to be your best choice. Sarah is very confident and... knowledgeable about her job and the law. Sarah is very supportive and was always available when I needed to contact her for any reason. She is also very caring with her clients, I am a UNT student and she was already aware of the steps I would need to take being that I am a student, and helped me with the process that I had to go threw with the University. I was arrested for public intoxication and Sarah was able to get my case dismissed within two months, I also never needed to go to court as she took care of everything for me. Her staff is amazing and very friendly, all questions that I had were answered almost immediately. I highly recommend Sarah Roland because there was absolutely no downside to working with her and her staff.read more
Joplin Investigations
Joplin Investigations
16:04 03 Aug 19
Ms. Roland and her team are exceptional attorneys. She is extremely knowledgable of the law and will fight for her... clients. We have had the privilege in working with Ms. Roland for the past six years doing investigations for her team. Ms. Roland is definitely someone you want on your side.read more
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EARLY RELEASE

Eligibility for Early Release from Probation

If you are on court-ordered probation, have completed all terms and conditions of your probation, and have not had any violations, you may be eligible for early release from probation. The obvious purpose of early release from probation is to provide an incentive for people on probation to comply with the terms and conditions of probation.  Once community supervision has served its full utility for both the defendant and society it is in the best interest of both the defendant and society for the defendant to be discharged.

Deferred Probation

The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure contemplates situations where a person can be discharged before the expiration of his period of community supervision. For persons placed on community supervision where an adjudication of guilt has been deferred, there is no designated time period, a person must serve before being discharged early. Specifically, Article 42A.111 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the section which specifically addresses deferred adjudication community supervision, provides that

[t]he judge may dismiss the proceedings and discharge a defendant, other than a defendant charged with an offense requiring the defendant to register as a sex offender under Chapter 62, prior to the expiration of the term of community supervision if in the judge’s opinion the best interest of society and the defendant will be served.

 

Straight/Regular Probation

If you are on regular or straight probation where an adjudication of guilt has not been deferred, then Article 42A.701 requires you to wait until you have completed 1/3 of probation or 2 years of probation, whichever is less, before the judge may reduce or terminate the period of probation. However, once half of your original probation or 2 years of probation, whichever is more, is complete, the judge shall review your record and consider whether to reduce or terminate the period of probation subject to certain considerations.

Call Sarah today to inquire about the possibility of early release from probation