Los Angeles Probation Violation Attorney
So, you were placed on probation and ordered by the judge to complete your requirements by a certain deadline. The date is quickly approaching, and there might not be enough time to get everything done on time.
Or, maybe you let the court date pass, and there is a warrant for your arrest. You have commitments with work, or school, or family, which must be taken care of, as well. So, who can you call for help? Your answer is Gregory Caplan.
Los Angeles Probation Violation Attorney Gregory Caplan has worked on hundreds of probation violations in his criminal law career. His experience as both a prosecutor and defense attorney gives him insight about solutions for probation violations.
Mr. Caplan is familiar with Los Angeles Courts, and uses a systematic approach to guide clients in the right direction, as you can read in this article about successful probation, as well as in this recent client review involving
early completion of probation.
Mr. Caplan shares insight in this video, at Los Angeles Probation Violation Attorney.
His article also emphasizes the importance of quickly addressing any shortcoming related to court-ordered requirements at: Problem with Probation Conditions.
If you are having difficulty with probation, find out what Probation Violation Attorney Gregory Caplan can do to help you, at 213-400-5355!
Are You in Violation of Probation?
Los Angeles probation cases typically include requirements by the court for you to complete numerous terms and conditions in a timely manner.
Standard terms for misdemeanor and felony cases may include: fine payments, community service, counseling classes, A/A meetings, restitution, progress reviews at court, stay-away orders, and continuous lawful conduct. Courts will monitor compliance by either formal or summary probation.
If you have violated any term of probation, even a relatively minor term, you face consequences of a probation violation. While courts sometimes excuse technical violations, judges have discretion to order incarceration, or additional terms.
The last thing you want to do is to go into court on your own, without a Los Angeles probation violation attorney and a good plan.
Gregory Caplan has helped many clients resolve probation violations in local courtrooms, and he can help you, too. If you have a probation violation, don’t take a chance. Call him, now, at 213-400-5355!
*Probation violation solutions will depend on unique details of case.