My goal is to get you into court before you are arrested on that VOP (Violation of Probation) warrant, and hopefully, have your probation reinstated.
I can schedule a bond hearing after you have been arrested, and no bond has been offered or the bond amount is so high you cannot afford it. A bond hearing is a way to get a bond set or lowered so you can be released from jail before trial. In most cases, a bond hearing can be set within the first 24 to 48 hours of your arrest.
If I am hired before the first appearance, I can attend your first appearance hearing, where I can request a bond to be set, a bond reduction, or an ROR (Released-on-Own-Recognizance) which requires no bond.
In certain circumstances, you can have your record expunged or sealed so that the criminal charges are no longer a public record. This may benefit future employment opportunities.
You may be eligible for an expungement if the charges were dismissed, if you were found not guilty at a trial, or if you went through a diversion program.
You may be eligible for a sealing of your record if you were charged and there was a withhold of adjudication in your case. I offer an affordable fee to get your record sealed or expunged.