Probation Violations

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Probation Lawyer in Long Beach, CA

Probation, as defined by common law, is a test of the person’s ability to follow rules. A person on probation is presented with rules which must be followed. Probation is a “second chance” of sorts, a person who has gotten in trouble is allowed a chance to prove they can follow rules for a set amount of time. The rules vary depending on the crime, but every person on probation needs to report to a probation officer. Probation rules might vary from staying away from a certain place to staying at home during certain hours within a 24 hour period. Again, your specific rules will depend on the crime for which you are convicted.

However, things happen. Perhaps there was a violation of probation due to an emergency, or perhaps you’ve made a mistake and you need help out of trouble. Everyone makes mistakes – no one is exempt. If you have done something to break your probation, you will need to call us for some help. The judges might come down on you in a harsh manner. Don’t you want someone to stand by your side who knows the law and who can advocate for you? Let us be your voice in the area of probation violations. We will get you what you need.

Call us right away if you are going back to court for a probation violation. We will show up armed with the latest Southern California laws, and we will make sure you get what you need from the court hearing. We will talk with your probation officer and come to an agreement that works best for you. We are there for you. We will advocate for you and we will work hard to get you out of trouble.

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At Frisco Law Offices, Mr. Frisco understands how deeply impacted your life can be when accused of a crime. He knows the difficulties you face in terms of taking the right steps and making the best decisions. He represents individuals every day facing this situation, some of whom have been told they are in unwinnable positions. Mr. Frisco has been taking on even the toughest cases since 1993, including special circumstance life without parole murder trials. That experience includes thousands of clients and more than 150 jury trials. That is the kind of practical work within the criminal justice system that can make a significant difference in results.