In working on your mitigation evidence, Clinton J. Roberts & Associates will identify possible alternatives to incarceration if you’re convicted. The judge may sentence you to community supervision if they determine that prison is more than necessary punishment.
Your defense mitigation team assesses the strengths and weaknesses of recommending an alternative sentence. Remaining in your community as an alternative to prison depends on many considerations.
For example, the judge could order probation with conditions that you receive treatment. Considerations for probation include your cognitive ability, education, and employment. It includes your residence, family, health and sobriety, and community connections. And you must remain in compliance with the law.
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