Seasoned Criminal Defense Lawyers in Long Beach, CA
In countless criminal convictions across the state, individuals are required
to complete a probationary period with certain restrictions and requirements
as part of their conviction. The court may require that the individual
meet regularly with a probation officer or have regular drug testing.
The injunctions set forth by the court depend on the type and severity
of the crime for which you were convicted. If you violate any of the terms
of your probation, you can be subject to many serious punishments, including
If you have been accused of violating your probation, then you should speak
immediately with a Long Beach criminal defense attorney from our firm.
We are dedicated to providing excellent representation and we are committed
to our clients from start to finish of their cases. Violations of probation
terms can include many different circumstances, including:
- Committing a crime or being arrested during the probationary period
- Failing to meet with your probation officer
- Failing to appear in court
- Failing a drug test
- Failure to complete community service
- Failure to complete a drug / alcohol program
- Failure to pay fines
The court-ordered terms of your probation can be complex and difficult
to understand. Many probation violations can be honest mistakes that can
result in serious consequences. With the help of our firm, you could avoid
additional punishments for violating your probation.
Charged with violating your probation?
Penalties for violating your probation can include jail time, revocation
of probation, lengthened probation, fines, community service, additional
probationary terms imposed upon you, and more. With the help of an experienced
and aggressive lawyer, you could be able to defend yourself and avoid
any additional punishment, when possible.
Our legal team will be able to discuss your legal options in your probation
violation case. We are skilled and knowledgeable attorneys who are certified
as criminal law specialists, a distinction held by less than 5% of lawyers
in the state. Additionally, we are AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®,
which is the highest rating an attorney can receive from other attorneys
and judges. We will put their experience and knowledge to use for you
in your criminal case.