Another client success story for a second Monday in a row.
Today I appeared in court representing M.B. who was charged with violating his felony probation for failing two drug tests and failing to pay as directed. The probation department petitioned the Court to revoke the client’s first offender treatment and send him to a probation detention center for several months.
Despite the fact that in the 14 months M.B. had been on probation he had never made a payment to the probation officer towards his fines and fees, the judge only sentenced M.B. to an additional four days in jail. M.B. will be home by the weekend!
-Eric C. Crawford
Attorney at Law