Man’s Second Probation Violation Dropped

May 13 2019, by Jessica McElfresh in Assault, Case Results, Criminal Defense

Recently, a client came to McElfresh Law after his second probation violation for failing to report.

He was on probation for assault with a deadly weapon and was having some issues complying with probation. With this charge, he faced four years in prison. However, attorney McElfresh convinced the court to release him into a sober living house and undergo an out-patient program. After completion, his charges will be dropped.

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