Electronic glitch means a discharge without penalty
When a client was charged with no less than 52 breaches of home detention, Karen knew something had gone seriously off base. After investigating the client’s home, she proved to the judge that the electronic monitoring was facing inadvertent interference.
The client was convicted – on one charge of returning home late from an approved absence – and then discharged without penalty.
Facing charges you know are unjust? Karen Harding can go to bat for you.