Probation means that a defendant is released from prison. But it doesn’t mean they’re completely free, they are still subject to supervision and must check in with a probation officer.
In most cases involving a felony sentence, probation (with supervision) is a term of a defendant’s sentence. A defendant may be required to complete drug rehabilitation, educational classes, community service or community labor. The lists of conditions is extensive, but they’re required to successfully complete the term of probation. Of course, the defendant also must be free from any further criminal conduct while the on probation.
For those who are serious about their reintegration into society, early termination of probation is possible. In most cases it can be terminated halfway through the assigned probationary term. Criminal defense attorney William S. Kroger and the Kroger Law Group has been successful in many cases of winning early probation terminations for his clients.
The key to securing an early end to probation is successfully completing all its terms (except, of course, time). Defendants who are released early have more freedom than those who are still on probation, however, they are not free to travel, they must constantly check in with a probation officer and a monthly fee must also be paid.
Probation is part of the criminal justice system and Mr. Kroger is one of the best lawyers to handle and argue your case for early probation termination in Los Angeles. His years of arguing cases means he has a working relationship with judges, court clerks and opposing attorneys. These are the kinds of relationships that only someone who’s defended their clients in court and who has regular contact with the court system can offer.
It’s also important to look into the experience that a criminal defense lawyer has. Since this involves your freedom, this is not a task for someone who’s just graduated from law school or someone whose speciality is outside of criminal defense. Mr. Kroger has years of experience, and has been a practicing attorney since 1997. Like anything that involves the criminal justice system, experience counts. Let Mr. Kroger’s experience, and the experience of his law firm, work for you.
If you feel, or are interested, in early probation termination, contact William S. Kroger or the Kroger Law Group as soon as possible. The sooner he or his team is contacted, the sooner they can begin work to get you closer to your freedom.