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Probation Violations
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Criminal Defense for Los Angeles County

If you are seeking aggressive and dedicated criminal defense representation, talk to a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney from Tyler & Wilson, LLP. We have years of experience in standing up for the rights of the accused in LA. It is our goal to provide personal care and attention to ever client that comes to us for help. We understand that many people are falsely accused of criminal violations and are in need to strong legal representation. We have extensive experience in local courts, giving our clients a great advantage in their case. We can defend you in any criminal defense case, including the following:

Appeals
If you have already been convicted of a crime, there are ways to fight it. Many attorneys do not take on appeal cases as they can be very complex and lengthy.

Armed Robbery
Armed robbery is a very serious offense as it involves the harm or possible harm to individuals in the area. It is considered a violent crime and if the weapon was actually discharged during the robbery, you could be facing up to thirty years in state prison.

Assault
Assault is defined as the threat of physical violence towards another person. It does not have to include actual bodily harm, just perceived danger.

Battery
While assault is the threat of physical violence towards another person; battery is the actual carrying out of these threats. There are many circumstances that can lead to a false accusation of battery, including self-defense, mutual combat, discipline, and defense of property or family members.

Bench Warrants
If a person fails to follow a court order, the judge could issue a bench warrant. A bench warrant warrants your immediate arrest by law enforcement. Sometimes individuals are not even aware that there is a warrant out for their arrest.

Burglary
Penalties for burglary can range anywhere from two to six years in state prison. If there was any injury involved in the crime or if a firearm was used, even more severe penalties will ensue.

Carjacking
There are various different circumstances that will affect a carjacking case. If a firearm was involved, the penalties will be more severe. As it is considered a violent crime, it constitutes one strike on the "three strike law" that California operates under.

Disturbing the Peace
Loud and unreasonable noise and using offensive words justify a disturbing the peace violation. It is a misdemeanor even though the individual is usually unaware that their actions cause harms to another.

Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is defined as any physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, or financial abuse towards a member of one's household.

DUI Defense
If you were arrested for drunk driving in Los Angeles County, it's important to understand your rights, possible penalties, and defense options.

Elder Abuse
Elder abuse is a violation of an expectation or trust between an elderly person and their caretaker. The abuse could involve physical or emotional abuse, neglect, or mismanagement of finances.

Expungements
If you have committed an error in your past and wish to clear your criminal record, you could petition the court for an expungement. This involves sealing your record so that it is not available to the public.

Fraud
A person commits fraud when they deliberately use deceit, trickery or cheating for personal or financial gain. The crime of fraud can be classified as a state or federal crime and it can be prosecuted as either a misdemeanor or a felony.

Grand Theft
Grand theft is the unlawful taking of property valued at more than $950 and can be charged as either a misdemeanor of a felony.

Juvenile Cases
The juvenile court is completely separate from the other courts in the state and it is therefore highly recommended that you speak with an attorney experienced in such cases.

Los Angeles Solicitation, Prostitution & Escorting
If you have been accused of solicitation, prostitution, or escorting, you need to be aware of the law and possible penalties you could be facing. The California Penal Code gives a detailed description on what he offense entails as well as what consequences you could encounter.

Misdemeanors
While misdemeanors are lesser offenses than felonies, the penalties can be harsh. A misdemeanor conviction typically involves no more than one year in a county jail and no more than $1,000 in fines.

Murder/Manslaughter
Murder and manslaughter are two of the most serious criminal accusations you can face. Conviction will result in heavy fines and incarceration in county jail or a state prison, depending upon the factors of the case.

Petty Theft/Shoplifting
If a stolen item was valued at under $400, it is usually charged as petty theft. This misdemeanor could escalate to a felony if the defendant has previous convictions on his or her record.

Perjury Charges
If you knowingly lie while under oath, you could be found guilty of perjury. This includes giving misleading information at court, on an affidavit, or at a deposition.

Probation Violations
Probation allows you to live your life without having to go to jail, but there are restrictions. If you fail to report to your probation officer or go to a court-ordered rehabilitation program, you could be charged with probation violation.

Resisting Arrest
Resisting arrest can take many forms. It can involve evading a police officer or obstructing emergency units. If there is any violence or force involved while resisting the arrest, you could also be charged with battery on an officer.

Taxi Cab/Bandit Cabs
If you have been accused of any crime relating to a taxi cab, contact our firm as soon as possible. Whether you were involved in a traffic collision or were accused of stealing taxi fare, you should not have to go through this process on your own.

Trespassing
If you failed to leave another person's premises when asked or started a campfire on someone else's property, you could be charged with trespassing. Also, driving on the property of another could mean a trespass violation.

Vandalism
This offense can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. As some of these violations are charged as hate crimes, you could be facing serious penalties.

Why hire a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer?

If you would like more information regarding your case, a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney from Tyler & Wilson could look over your case. We will do our utmost to get your charges reduced or dropped. Do not let lack of proper legal representation negatively affect your future and freedom. Contact a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney from our firm for skilled and experienced legal representation against your charges.

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