Early release can be its own form of justice, especially for inmates that have been sentenced to years behind bars. Judicial release, or release per a court order, involves convincing a judge that the defendant has served adequate time and deserves to be released early. This is one possible way to lessen the burden on the defendant and his or her family, not to mention friends and other loved ones. For this kind of petition to work, attorneys and their clients must follow strict guidelines and deadlines, both a critical factor in the court’s decision.
Attorney David Joffe is an expert with judicial release, and has experience working to reduce the sentences of his clients when all other opportunities have been exhausted. It takes more than a powerful legal argument to solicit early release through the judiciary. It also may require letters of support, time, patience and the ability to build a sympathetic and admirable defendant character sketch. No matter the circumstances that led to your imprisonment, attorney David Joffe has a history of securing these kinds of documents through the judicial system and getting clients the justice they deserve. Even though your eligibility varies depending on the seriousness of the offense and the duration of the sentence, it’s important to call today. It could mean the difference between early release and more time behind bars.