Probation is taken seriously by the courts. It is not simply a slap on the wrist; it is a sentence handed down as punishment for a conviction of a criminal offense. A person convicted of a crime may be placed on probation after serving some jail time or in lieu of serving any time at all. Probation comes with many conditions attached and a probation violation often results in a term of incarceration.
Protect Your Freedom From Incarceration
Violating the terms of your probation is an offense that the authorities take seriously. Make no mistake, you will face the possibility of going to jail. But simply forgetting an appointment or breaking a technical provision by mistake doesn’t mean that you have suddenly become a hardened criminal who can no longer be trusted. There are alternatives to a further loss of liberty. You need an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney to make them available in your case.
A Lawyer Who Will Be Here for You — Every Step of the Way
If you are facing charges for violating misdemeanor or felony probation or if you know that you have violated your probation and will face court sanctions, speak with attorney Ron Cordova right away. Ron takes pride in being personally accessible to his clients, promptly returning calls and responding to inquiries even after hours and on weekends. For an experienced criminal defense attorney who will represent you with skill, empathy and candor, call or e-mail Ron Cordova.
As a former deputy district attorney who has been practicing criminal law in Orange County for more than 40 years, Ron will work hard to achieve a resolution that does not include time in jail.
Is There a Warrant for Your Arrest?
Search and arrest warrants must be issued in accordance with certain constitutional requirements. The legality of a warrant can be challenged at various stages in a criminal proceeding and often plays a decisive role in a case. Evidence or even the entire case can be thrown out if a warrant was wrongfully obtained or improperly executed.
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From his law office in Irvine, probation violation attorney Ron Cordova represents clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses in Orange County and communities throughout Southern California. He represents clients charged with federal offenses in federal courts across the United States. To schedule a free initial consultation, call toll free at 949-769-2175 or contact the office by email as soon as possible.
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