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Criminal Defense

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Navigating the Criminal Justice System

The criminal justice system can be complex and often requires special knowledge to navigate. We understand that facing criminal charges can wreak havoc on your life. Thats why we are here to protect yourself and your rights with a team of passionate and highly skilled criminal defense attorneys.

Felonies

Felonies are deemed the most serious class of offense throughout the United States. Depending on the circumstances of the crime, felonies are generally punishable by a fine, imprisonment for more than a year, or both. For example: Murder, Assault with a weapon, multiple misdemanors

Misdemeanors

A misdemeanor are deemed less serious than felonies. The punishment for which may include a fine, imprisonment is no more than one year in county jail, or both. For example: 1st DUI, Possession of Drugs, Giving cigarettes to a minor.

Infractions

Infractions (sometimes called violations) are petty offenses that are typically punishable by fines, but not jail time or probation. These are similar to tickets & traffic violations. For example: Speeding ticket, Jay walking, Disturbing the peace.

“Wobblers”

A “wobbler” is an offense that may be prosecuted as felony / misdemeanor, or misdemeanor / infraction. An offense that was prosecuted as a more serious offense may be downgraded at the time of the preliminary hearing, sentencing or  through plea agreement. 

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All criminal convictions have serious penalties and often unexpected consequences. If you’ve been charged with a crime, you need an aggressive criminal defense attorney to fight for you against allegations made.


SOME POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF A CRIMINAL CONVICTION INCLUDE:

– Incarceration
– Large fines & court fees
– Probation
– A permanent criminal record
– Driver’s License Suspension
– Restrictions on travel
– Loss or denial of a professional license
– Negative effects on your immigration status
– Inability to find a house to rent or buy
– Difficulty finding a job
– Ineligibility for student financial aid

Experience when it counts

With years of experience as a defense attorny and prior expeirence from the District Attorney’s Office, we know how to navigate the criminal justice system. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions Answered

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I’VE BEEN CONTACTED BY POLICE REGARDING AN ALLEGED CRIME. SHOULD I SPEAK TO THEM?
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Absolutely not. It is strongly advised that you invoke your right to remain silent until you have the chnace to speak to a criminal defense attorney. What you say WILL be used against you.

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MY CHARGES ARE MINOR. DO I STILL NEED AN ATTORNY?


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Yes. Regardless of how insignificant you think the charges against you are, you should at least consult with a criminal defense attorney. Even the consequences of a misdemeanor can haunt you for the rest of your life.

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SHOULD I HIRE AN ATTORNEY IF I INTEND TO PLEA GUILTY?

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Yes. Even if you are going to plead guilty, a good criminal defense attorney can help negotiate for a lesser charge or less harsh punishment on your behalf; something you may not be able to do yourself.

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I’VE BEEN ACCUSED OF A CRIME I DIDN’T COMMIT. CAN YOU HELP?
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Yes. Many clients we work with have been wrongfully accused or charged with a greater crime than justified. We will work hard to gather  the evidence necessary to prove your innocence and help you get back to living life.

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I’M HAVING TROUBLE GETTING A JOB AFTER BEING CONVICTED. HOW CAN YOU HELP?
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Depending on the circumstances of your case, we may be able to get your probation lifted early and your record sealed or expunged. 

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CAN YOU GUARANTEE A GOOD OUTCOME FOR MY CASE?
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Unfortunately, no. It would be unethical for us, or anyone else, to promise your case will end one way or the other. But we promise to always be honest with you, good or bad. Also, we pledge to thoroughly investigate your case and give you the personal attention you deserve to fight on your behalf.

Latest Criminal News & Articles

Your Defense Starts Before Your Case Begins… Protect Your Rights Now

There’s an important legal principle that says “ignorance of the law is no excuse.” Which means a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because one was unaware of its content. That is why we try to do everything we can to give you the latest legal updates.

Invoking Your Right to Remain Silent

You’ve seen it time after time on television police shows—cops slapping the cuffs on a “perp” & reading him his rights: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you.” And so on….The only way to prevent the government from introducing evidence at trial of the suspect’s silence is to explicitly invoke the right to say nothing

Police Stops: What to Do If You Are Pulled Over

When a police officer begins to pull you over, what you do and say can have a huge effect on any legal proceedings that might follow. Whether the traffic stop ends in a simple moving violation or an arrest for a more serious crime, your choices are critical.

Basics of Driving under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol (DUI)

How drunk or high does someone have to be for a DUI/DWI conviction? All states have two types of DUI charge. A person can be convicted of a “per se” DUI based on driving with a certain amount of drugs or alcohol in his or her system. And a person can be convicted of a DUI for driving while actually impaired by drugs or alcohol.

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