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What happens when you violate probation in Texas?

Probation is a lot like purgatory. For many people, it is this liminal place between the criminal justice system and freedom. Probation is often issued to first time offenders, youthful offenders or those whose community contributions could outweigh their crime. Probation is a criminal punishment administered at sentencing, meaning that those on probation were found to be guilty beyond a reasonable doubt or plead guilty. Probation allows the courts to monitor you for additional illegal activity. If you follow the rules of your probation, when it ends, you are free. If you violate probation, there can be consequences.

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