Testimonials 

David

R. DeLara

I have worked with LCA for many years and highly recommend them. Not only do they provide excellent service to me and my clients, but they assist my clients in getting through the process, especially when I have a client with a unique situation…   I wish that LCA was providing services in San Bernardino County Courts."

Manuel J. Barba

DUI Defense Attorney, Law Offices of Manuel J. Barba

I have found Gislena Gonzalez and LCA to be very efficient and totally on “Top of Their Game”. I suggest them to every DUI client for which I am retained. The LCA program saves my clients time which saves them money. LCA has been able to assist my criminal clients from all area of California. I consider it an honor to give LCA my highest recommendation."

Dale S. Gribow

LAW OFFICE OF DALE S. GRIBOW, P.C.

I have been practicing criminal defense since 1993. I have used the LCA house arrest and the alcohol monitoring programs for hundreds of cases. LCA has always given excellent service to my clients. LCA also has a great reputation with the Judges."

Attorney Mark Cantrell

LCA has consistently provided excellent service and flexibility to my clients, even accomodating out of state clients.  They are the best!”

Rajan Maline, Attorney

Law Offices of Rajan Maline

Sometimes good people do bad things and wind up facing criminal charges.  LCA gives prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges the ability to manage, monitor and supervise a defendant without incarceration.  Defendants serving their sentences through LCA are more likely to stay employed and less likely to commit other crimes. LCA helps keep families together and gives defendants access to the support they need. I consider LCA is an essential component in resolving my most difficult cases.  Without LCA, more of my clients would either go to jail or feel forced to go to trial on an indefensible case.”

Randall Knox, Attorney

Law Offices of Randall Knox

We know probation works hard in testing our defendant’s but they cannot be the omnipresent watch service that the LCA SCRAM Device provides."

Brian Quigley

DPO Riverside county

On behalf of the many clients of mine you have assisted in their court-ordered monitoring programs, I want to thank you for your truly professional, kind, and caring approach to a most difficult time in their lives.  You have always found the right balance between carrying out the Court's orders and understanding the client's needs.  It is always a real pleasure to work with you."

Steve Harmon

Riverside

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When Juan started the LCA Solano County employment program in October 2016, he was having a rough time as he was homeless. He never had a set schedule, working as a painter under the table, and was unable to work on rainy days. 

Juan

Sarah

In August of 2016 Sarah sought help from her probation officer to remove some of the barriers that she faced finding employment. We informed Sarah that once she completed the workbooks and began showing she was reliable and dedicated to the program LCA would assist her to get her Class B license. 

 

David

David was referred as a juvenile client by his probation officer in late November. In the beginning David was unsocial, introverted and lacked confidence. After several sessions he mentioned he had been diagnosed with Asperger’s and upon learning this LCA was able to assist his needs.

Timothy

Timothy was in custody while participating in the employment program. Before he could finish he was sent to prison for four months. Upon release in December 2016 Timothy came to probation to finish what he started. Timothy had a goal of becoming an iron worker and he stayed focused on that goal.

"When I first came into the Veterans Court program I had never had  more than one consecutive month of sobriety. I had lived a pretty wild life that included two year-long deployments to Iraq and a lot of  partying, alcohol, and girls in between and after deployments. After  receiving my second DUI in 2011 I realized that I needed to slow down  my lifestyle".

Richard

“I have to tell you that your staff made a very unpleasant experience (my incarceration) the best that it could possibly be under the circumstances. I just wanted to commend you on the wonderful staff you have.”