Improper Admonishment on Eligibility for Probation Before Plea
In Harrison v. State, 688 S.W.2d 497, 499 (Tex.Crim.App. 1985), the appellant contended that the plea was not voluntary because he was improperly admonished by the trial court on his eligibility for probation. See Harrison, 688 S.W.2d at 498-99.
The court held that there was no support in the record for the appellant's assertion that he was expecting probation or was misled by the trial court's erroneous admonishment. See id. at 500.
The court noted that no motion for probation was filed to put the trial court on notice that the appellant believed he was eligible for probation, and no protest was made by the appellant either at sentencing or by filing a motion for new trial alleging an involuntary plea. See id.