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OPINION

Katisa Lynn Williams appeals from her conviction for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and her sentence of five years of incarceration in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division. The trial court granted permission to appeal. The sole issue presented on appeal states, “The trial court abused its discretion in revoking appellant’s probation.”

Williams pleaded guilty. On March 28, 1994, the trial court found that the evidence supported a finding of guilt, deferred adjudication of guilt, and placed Williams on community supervision for ten years. On September 17, 1997, Williams filed a motion for early termination of probation. Her community supervision officer recommended that the request be denied because Williams had five previous administrative violations. The officer reported that Williams had been on either intensive supervision probation or surveillance for the entire period of her probation. The trial court inscribed the report with the following order: “Defendant to be placed on Inactive probation.” Williams did not object to the action taken by the trial court. No motion to adjudicate guilt or to modify community supervision was filed at that time.

 
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