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Pretrial Violation Defense Attorneys in San Antonio

You Can Count on LaHood Norton Law Group to Fight for You

The U.S. Constitution prohibits excessive bail. This provision allows most criminal defendants to be released before their trial on the condition that they return for future court dates and refrain from committing additional crimes. Violating the conditions of your pretrial release can result in bail forfeiture or added criminal charges.

If you have been accused of violating the terms of your pretrial release, you’ll want to make sure that your rights and interests are protected by retaining a skilled criminal defense attorney. Our pretrial violation defense lawyers in San Antonio offer aggressive and personalized strategies to the criminally accused who have found themselves in an even tougher position than before.

Call our team at (210) 801-9400 today to request a free and confidential consultation.

Terms of Pretrial Release

If you are awaiting trial, you can probably secure a pretrial release agreement with a bond, which is essentially a contract that gets you out of custody or jail. A court may accept a cash bail, a bail bond, a property bond, a surety bond, or personal recognizance. Every state has unique bail-setting and release procedures.

As part of your pretrial release, you will be expected to return for all future court dates and to refrain from committing crimes. Additional conditions will depend on the nature of your charges. For example, if you are facing drug charges, you may be required to submit to drug testing or attend counseling. If you are facing DWI charges, you may have to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.

Pretrial Release Violation in Texas

If pretrial release is violated in Texas, the penalties can include an arrest warrant or revocation of pretrial release. You could risk further criminal charges and could lose your bond.

Defending against Allegations of Pretrial Violation

If you have been accused of violating your pretrial release agreement, be sure to work with a skilled San Antonio pretrial violation defense attorney. We can protect your rights and help you avoid the harsh penalties associated with this offense.

At LaHood Norton Law Group, we know how to request the necessary documentation, recordings, and other information that can prove fruitful in defending your case. We act quickly to ensure that evidence is not lost.

Discuss your case with us today by calling (210) 801-9400.

Proof of Our Care for Clients

Client Testimonials
  • Tough Attorneys

    “Loyal and tough attorneys will fight for you.”

  • Passion without process will destroy you. Timing is everything.

    “When I started with this office, my standards and expectations were high, and circumstances were serious. I had interviewed at least 10 local prominent criminal defense law firms, and ultimately ...”

    - Thankful Client
  • Helped Me Beyond My Expectation

    “I’m forever thankful for the LaHood Norton Staff in fully taking care of me with such professional and GENUINE care.”

    - Trevor
  • Best Lawyer in San Antonio Area

    “He is a true professional and will treat you with the utmost respect and will not mislead you.”

    - Keith
  • Smart & Experienced

    “Smart, experienced and will always look out for your best interest!”

    - Eliot G.

Proof of Our Results

Recent Case Results
  • Case Dismissed Assault Bodily Injury - Married
  • Case Dismissed Criminal Trespassing - Private Property
  • Case Dismissed Drug Possession Charge
  • Case Dismissed Drug Possession Charge
  • Case Dismissed DWI
  • Reduced to Obstruction of Highway DWI
  • Case Dismissed Failure to Stop & Provide Information to Law Enforcement

A Different Type of Law Firm

Why Choose LaHood Norton Law Group
  • Here When You Need Us

    Our team will be available to you after hours and on the weekends, whenever you need us.

  • Former District Attorney On Your Side

    Founding attorney, Nico LaHood, is the former Bexar County District Attorney. He has experience on the other side of the aisle that will be invaluable to your case.

  • Over 70 Years of Combined Experience

    Our accomplished attorneys have over seven decades of combined experience in the criminal justice system.

  • Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

    Two of our attorneys are Board Certified in Criminal Defense, making them specialists in their field.

Proof of Our Excellence

Firm Accolades
  • National Trial Lawyers
  • Texas State Bar
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars
  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization

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