Moreno Valley, CA asked in Contracts, Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Civil Rights for California

Q: 4th amendment violation by orange county sheriff's department several times after probation ended in 2012

I've been pulled over multiple times since 2012 being told I'm on probation, I'm on search and seizure and then go to jail for new cases . Now finding out orbeing told by the public defender who called over to the courts who confirmed I've been off probation (this is at central court) her computer shows I've been offsince 2012. The other court Harbor in Newport Beach, the probation officer said my informal probation expired last June 2020. That's all he see but sees open cases with no other information. They weren't able to see ANYTHING ELSE. ABS BONE IS THESE CASES SHOULD EVEN BE VALID SINCE THEY DID ILLEGAL SEARCHES. LIED TO ME. AND HARASSED ME. AND ARRESTED ME KNOWING I WASN'T IN PROBATION. I NEED AN ATTORNEY FOR A LAWSUIT

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: more info needed.

most defendants know how long probation is going to be OR they call their lawyer to find out.

you were in front of the judge when s/he sentenced you and before that, your lawyer told you what the sentence would be if you pled.......AND you probably signed a paper explaining the Terms and Conditions of Probation/Sentence.

it is a shame you did not inquire right away and instead let them push you around for all those years.

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