I was pulled over in my home state a couple months ago for an expired registration, and minutes later I was in the back of a police cruiser. I thought I had satisfied the terms of my felony probation 10 years ago, but it turned out that I hadn’t and a warrant had been issued for my arrest and extradition. Luckily, it was so far, that they didn’t want to extradite me. I immediately went online searching for information and representation for my situation. I came upon Mr. Lombardo’s site, which is very well put together, and got an initial feeling that he specialized in my type of case: probation violation. Long story short, I called him, and he got right to work. He gave me an upfront flat fee to resolve my case. He listened to my explanation and gave me an honest evaluation. But most of all, he pushed me to help myself. He continued to encourage me to do the most I could to get the best outcome. I was facing possible jail time, or extended probation, which would’ve meant losing my job, being away from my family, and who knows what else. Mr. Lombardo got me through with the best outcome I could hope for. He knew exactly how to handle it, he knew the judges and court officials involved, and he did a great job at keeping me going through the whole thing. I would highly recommend him.