Dismissal After Probation for Theft

People v. E.B. (Tulare County, 2012): Our client was facing his second misdemeanor theft accusation. Allegedly he had taken items from Walmart. Attorney Raza Lawrence was able to negotiate a disposition wherein the client could obtain a dismissal after completing terms of probation. Unless the client picked up a new case, his record would never show the conviction.

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House Arrest For Identify Theft While On Probation

(People v. S.S. (2012): LAX and San Fernando) Client received House Arrest for Identify Theft in his LAX courthouse case while he was already on probation for identity theft  in a non-related San Fernando Case. He was caught with multiple credit cards not under his name and he did not have their permission to have them.

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