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About Early Termination of Probation in Los Angeles

Are you seeking Early Termination of Probation?

A person who has been given probation as part of a sentence in a crime can request an early termination of probation with the assistance of a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer. At Tyler & Wilson LLP, the legal team has assisted many individual in becoming free of the problem of probation after a certain period of time. After the probation is terminated, the client can further seek an expungement and clean their criminal record, avoiding the damage in future employment opportunities. The courts often require that part of the probation has been successfully served. In most cases, it is expected by the court that the individual have served at least one year in a misdemeanor charge, and 18 months in a felony conviction.

Early Termination of Probation Attorney in L.A.

The careful preparation of the case is vital in a request to terminate probation. Negotiations with the prosecutor in the case to get them to agree that the probation termination is acceptable will smooth the process. The court will base the decision partially on the viewpoint of the prosecutor who got the conviction in the case. The conduct of the individual since the time of the conviction will influence the court as well, and whether the individual has a criminal record beyond the conviction at hand.

Many individuals who have been convicted in a DUI offense do not want the offense on their criminal record, but cannot get it expunged until the probation is complete. This can be important when seeking a job and a background check by a potential employer will expose the conviction. When an error in judgment has resulted in a conviction, this legal action can resolve the matter. It is critical that all the actions that can lead to a success in the request are carefully prepared by the firm with the goal of resolving the matter with the least difficulty.

Contact a Los Angeles early termination of probation lawyer today.

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