Early Termination Of Probation
If you are currently on probation in California but anxious to put the past behind you, we can petition the court under California Penal Code 1203.3 to have your probation terminated early and file a simultaneous petition under California Penal Code 1203.4 to expunge the underlying conviction all at the same time. This process will allow you to eliminate the stiff restrictions that probation imposes on your life, and it will also allow you to seek employment with the full confidence that expungement of your past conviction provides. You will finally be able to answer "NO" truthfully when asked if you have been convicted of a crime, which is critical in a competitive job market wherein over 80% of employers conduct background checks.
Our law firm specializes in getting the court to grant our clients early termination of their probation under Penal Code 1203.3. Since we specialize in PC 1203.3 and 1203.4 we are able to provide expert legal services at affordable fixed prices. We guarantee that our fixed prices are the lowest you will find anywhere. So what are you waiting for? Sign up today - forget your past and embrace the future.
NOTE: No other attorney in the state of California offers a lower price. Other attorneys charge $1,200 - $3,000 for this same service, and we will get it done for you in only 6-12 weeks! You benefit from our focus and expertise in this area of law.
Early Termination Of Probation + Expungement Summary
There is a misperception out there that you cannot expunge your misdemeanor or felony conviction until you have finished your probation in its entirety. The fact is that if you are currently on probation we can petition the court to terminate your probation early. The court, in its discretion, can order the early termination of probation in a misdemeanor or felony case at anytime under California Penal Code 1203.3. If the early termination is granted by the court, we then can expunge the underlying conviction, often all at the same hearing.
To qualify for our California early termination of probation and expungement service your case must meet the following requirements:
The court will use the following criteria when deciding to grant a petition for early termination of probation in California:
We meticulously address all of these concerns in our pre-hearing interviews with you and in the PC 1203.3 petition and supporting documents we file with the court on your behalf.
The average early termination of probation case in California can take 6-12 weeks, and thus it is important to have us start working on your case as soon as possible. Almost always a mandatory hearing is required in front of the judge, wherein evidentiary support must be provided in support of your early termination of probation petition. It is also quite common for the prosecuting attorney to oppose the petition either in writing or in person at the hearing. One of the benefits of hiring a knowledgeable law firm like ours is that we handle everything for you, optimizing your chance of success. We attend the hearing and argue the petition on your behalf in front of the judge, meaning you will not need to personally attend any hearings. We also will prepare a concise and knowledgeable response to any opposition put forth by the prosecuting attorney.
We have a lot of experience in this area and pride ourselves on producing positive outcomes for our clients. So get started today, as getting your probation terminated early and then having the underlying conviction expunged has many tangible benefits for you life, some of which are listed below.
Benefits of Early Termination of Probation In California
Beyond the peace of mind that terminating probation early can have, it also has real tangible benefits as well:
Benefits of Expungement in California (Once Probation Is Terminated)
Once your probation has been terminated early under California Penal Code 1203.3, we can expunge the underlying conviction (felony or misdemeanor), which provides numerous benefits for your life:
Why Hiring An Experienced Attorney Is Critical
Filing a petition with the court under California Penal Code 1203.3 for early termination of probation is a fairly complex legal matter, which is best handled by an experienced attorney. The following are a few examples of what to expect during the 1203.3 petition process. The initial petition must be completed properly with all necessary evidentiary support included and filed with the appropriate court. Each step in the legal process must be performed in the proper manner within the time constraints prescribe by the law (e.g., the prosecuting attorney must be given 15 day notice, etc.). There is almost always a mandatory hearing in front of the judge wherein arguments and evidentiary support must be provided to the court in support of the petition for early termination. Also it is common for the prosecuting attorney to oppose the petition, which requires a knowledgeable written and/or oral response at the hearing. There is definitely a lot that goes into getting a petition for early termination of probation granted by the court, and generally you will only have one shot at it.
We are experts that specialize in early termination of probation and expungement law in California. We do not do anything else, period. We spend every day working on cases like yours, and we know the intricacies of the California laws, and the California courts, and we know the techniques unique to California that provide the optimal chance at success. What makes us unique is that an experienced attorney will handle your case from the second you sign-up until the case reaches a final resolution. We handle everything for you, and we are always here to answer any questions you might have along the way.
We deeply understand how important this is to you and your future, and we will always be there for you every step of the way, applying our expertise and knowledge to the unique details of your case.
Isn't it time you took the steps to forget the past, allowing you to fully embrace the future. Once you sign up, we will start on your case immediately, applying our expertise to the unique details of your situation. We will thoroughly gather all the necessary facts from you and will begin working on your petition(s) right away. We typically get your petition(s) filed with the appropriate court within 72 hours, which means a quicker turnaround time for you. We offer the lowest fixed price for California early termination of probation services anywhere (we guarantee our low prices), and we are experts in this area of law. I greatly appreciate you taking the time to consider our early termination of probation services and I hope you found the information on our website helpful. I truly look forward to helping you in any way I can.
David Huffman, Esq.