Probation Violations

It is often difficult for clients to comply with all of the conditions of probation imposed by the Court, in addition to meeting the daily responsibilities of life. Many clients do not realize that failure to comply with a probation condition can result in a warrant being issued for their arrest. When someone is arrested on a warrant for a misdemeanor probation violation, they generally sit in jail for 3 days before seeing a Judge. If someone is arrested on a warrant for felony probation violation, they can sit in jail for up to 10 days before seeing a Judge. Further, it is possible that a Judge may sentence someone to state prison for violating a grant of felony probation.

The best way to deal with violating probation is to confront it head on and contact and hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer to go to Court to try to obtain another chance on probation. If the case is a misdemeanor, the client generally does not need to personally appear in Court and the lawyer can make the appearance in the client’s place.  If the case is a felony, the client needs to be personally present in Court.

DON’T PROCRASTINATE! CALL ME TODAY IF YOU THINK OR KNOW THAT YOU ARE VIOLATING YOUR PROBATION CONDITIONS SO THAT I CAN HELP YOU STAY OUT OF JAIL!

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CALL NOW IF YOU HAVE A WARRANT OUT FOR YOUR ARREST OR IF YOU ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION!

Contact

Joni K. Eisenstein - Criminal Attorney
207 North Ditmar Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
San Diego County

Phone: 760.721.3161
Fax: 760.435.7257
Email: joni@oceansidecriminallaw.com