Areas of Practice
We can help with your Arrest or Bench Warrant. Learn more about how we can help you.
If you have been accused of assault or battery in California, you need to take the charge seriously, even if you did not commit the crime, because the state takes the charge seriously.
If you have been accused of domestic violence in California, you need to take the charge seriously, even if you did not commit the crime, because the state takes the charge seriously.
Not all drug charges are the same. If you are facing drug charges in California it is important for you to know all of the factors that affect the consequences you may be facing.
Some DUI cases are treated more harshly than others. If you’re facing DUI charges, it’s important that you have accurate information about DUI laws in California and the consequences you may be facing.
Expungement of criminal convictions refers to a legal process by which a person’s criminal record is altered in a favorable manner.
You have rights bestowed upon you by California law. It is likely that you are being unjustly charged with a crime as most law enforcement agencies do not understand the laws with respect to medical marijuana.
If you have been involved in an accident, it is imperative that you consult the advice of an attorney immediately, have your case properly evaluated and ensure that you get proper medical care and attention.
What is a Post Conviction Relief of criminal convictions? This refers to a legal process by which a person’s criminal record is altered in a favorable manner.
Our office represents clients facing probation violations and knows how to handle them successfully eliminate or reduce the possible consequences.
A sex offense conviction can have consequences reaching further than serving a sentence. If you’ve been charged with a sex crime, it’s critical to call an attorney right away.
Our office has handled every type of theft-related crime in the California Penal Code, including white collar crime, burglary, robbery, grand theft, petty theft, and identity theft.
White-collar crimes such as fraud, embezzlement and identity theft carry significant penalties, including fines, restitution, and jail or prison time.
A strike offense is any serious or violent felony as defined by the California Penal Code. There are many intricate laws that relate to strike offenses. Call us right away.
If your type of case is not listed here, please give us a call or send us a quick email.