Mr. Krizman represented Client in early 2021 for domestic violence and violation of court orders after the Client’s breakup resulted in back and forth social media messages, causing the alleged victim to feel unsafe.

Client subsequently violated the no-contact order by contacting the alleged victim more and more. The prosecutor wanted Client to serve jail time. Mr. Krizman convinced them not to send Client to jail and to reprobate.

While the Client did lose their deferred judgment, Mr. Krizman was able to negotiate and confirm in another jurisdiction that there would be no additional sanction for his probation violation there.

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Case ResultsVIOLATION OF COURT ORDER, PROBATION VIOLATION – NO JAIL