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Pre-File Representation

If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a crime in San Diego County, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. In some cases, it may be possible to avoid criminal charges altogether through pre-file legal representation.


Pre-file legal representation refers to legal representation provided to individuals who are under investigation but have not yet been formally charged with a crime. During this stage, a skilled criminal defense attorney can work to prevent charges from being filed against you by conducting an independent investigation, negotiating with law enforcement officials, and presenting evidence in your favor. An attorney can communicate with law enforcement officials and prosecutors on your behalf to protect you from making statements that could be used against you in a criminal proceeding.
The goal of pre-file legal representation is to stop criminal charges from being filed against you in the first place, which can save you time, money, and the stress of going to trial. This can be especially important if you are facing a serious felony charge, as a conviction could result in lengthy prison time, hefty fines, and other consequences.


If you are under investigation for a crime in San Diego County and want to explore your options for pre-file legal representation, contact us today. The Law Office of Ari S. Lieberman has years of experience representing clients in pre-file investigations and will work tirelessly to protect your rights and achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

Warrant Recall

If you have an outstanding warrant in San Diego County, it is important to take action to address it. Failure to do so can result in your arrest, and can make your legal situation more complicated and difficult to resolve.


To begin the process of a warrant recall, a criminal defense attorney will first review your case and determine the reason for the warrant. There are a variety of reasons why a warrant may have been issued, such as failure to appear in court, failure to pay fines or fees, or a violation of probation. Once the reason for the warrant is identified, the attorney will work to develop a strategy to address it.


In some cases, the attorney may be able to negotiate with the prosecutor to have the warrant recalled or dismissed. In other cases, the attorney may need to appear in court on your behalf and present evidence or arguments to persuade the judge to recall or dismiss the warrant.


If you have an outstanding warrant in San Diego County and want to explore your options for a warrant recall legal service, contact us today. 

Probation Violations

Probation is a court-ordered alternative to jail or prison, which allows a person convicted of a crime to remain in the community under certain conditions. If an individual on probation violates any of the conditions of their probation, they may face a probation violation charge.


In San Diego County, probation violation charges can result in serious consequences, including the revocation of probation, additional terms and conditions of probation, or even jail time. Some common examples of probation violations include failing to appear for a court hearing, failing a drug test, or committing a new crime while on probation.


If you are facing a probation violation charge in San Diego County, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help protect your rights, provide you with guidance and support, and work to achieve the best possible outcome in your case.


At the Law Office of Ari S. Lieberman, we have experience representing clients in probation violation cases in San Diego County. Don't wait to seek legal representation if you are facing a probation violation in San Diego County. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. 

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Expungements

Under California law, a person may be eligible for an expungement if they have successfully completed probation, paid all fines, and have not been charged with a new crime. However, there are some convictions that cannot be expunged.


To begin the expungement process, a person must file a petition with the court that handled their case. The petition must include specific information about the conviction and may require reasons why the person is requesting an expungement. A judge will review the petition and may hold a hearing to determine whether to grant the expungement.


If the expungement is granted, the court will set aside the conviction and dismiss the case. Except for certain circumstances, the person may then legally state they have not been convicted of a crime.


If you are considering an expungement in California, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. They can help you determine whether you are eligible for an expungement, guide you through the process, and ensure that your rights are protected at every stage of the proceedings.

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Let the Law Office of Ari S. Lieberman help you.

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