Law Office of Michael L. Stuart Probation Violations Expungements

Probation Violations, Early Termination Of Probation, And Expungements For All San Diego Convictions

San Diego Felony And Misdemeanor Probation Violations

Whether you are on felony or misdemeanor probation in San Diego, the prosecution can allege that you violated your probation because you committed a new crime or failed to comply with any terms of your probation. The government need only demonstrate by the “preponderance of the evidence” standard that you violated your probation. You do not have the right to a jury trial; a single Judge in San Diego would decide after an evidentiary hearing whether or not you violated your probation. An aggressive attorney like Michael L. Stuart can defend your rights and challenge all the evidence that the government has. Especially with felony probation violations, when you could be looking at prison time, it is crucial that you hire the right San Diego defense attorney. Negative consequences of a probation violation in San Diego can be prevented. Contact Attorney Michael L. Stuart immediately to discuss your San Diego probation matter for free. All calls or emails will be promptly returned.

Early Termination Of Probation For San Diego Cases

If you are currently on misdemeanor or felony probation, you can hire a San Diego criminal or DUI defense attorney to terminate your probation early. This is especially true if you have successfully completed at least half of your probationary period. Even if you have not, a creative lawyer like Michael L. Stuart can develop a “compelling reason” why a San Diego Judge should terminate your probation early.

If you are on misdemeanor DUI probation, it is important that you terminate your probation as soon as possible. The DMV has recently implemented new laws and regulations that allow the DMV to suspend your license again while you are on DUI probation if you are stopped by a police officer. You only need to have a measurable amount of alcohol (.01% or greater) in your system. You would then have to complete an 18 month Multiple Conviction Program to ever get your license back. Attorney Michael L. Stuart can represent you at any DMV hearing to prevent an additional suspension of your license. Do not face the possibility of violating your felony or misdemeanor probation. Terminate your probation today.

Expungements In San Diego

Once your felony or misdemeanor probation has been terminated, you can expunge the misdemeanor or felony conviction off of your permanent criminal record. This means that the guilty or no contest plea that you entered will be replaced with a not guilty plea, and then the case will be dismissed. With felony convictions, a lot of felony charges can be reduced to a misdemeanor before they are expunged. This could be of great benefit to you in the future when trying to gain employment or a state license. Attorney Michael L. Stuart performs these services for very affordable fees.

Contact Attorney Michael L. Stuart immediately to discuss your San Diego DUI case for free. All calls or emails will be promptly returned.