Law Office of Joshua F. Andor, P.C.


This is serious time. The system no longer abides by the old saying, boys will be boys. You likely are being told that allowing your son or daughter to take a probation deal is in their best interest, and maybe it is. You likely want to save your son or daughter the need for adversarial hearings and trials with witnesses. But know this, probation can also be a trap you cannot escape.

I have seen too often, a child enter into probation with hopes of completing successfully, learning their lesson and moving on with their life, only to be subjected to further sanctions for not being able to abide by probation conditions. Know that up to 70% of children currently in the Texas Youth Corrections System are there as a result of failing to successfully complete probation.

This is a serious time and you will need a serious, tireless advocate on your side to obtain the best resolution for your son or daughter.

Law Office of Joshua F. Andor, P.C.    (469) 296-8090

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