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We've got your back. The first 24 hours after your police encounter are critical! Cost should not prevent you from getting help from an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney that works for you can make all the difference in handling your case.
Justice should be affordable to all!
We genuinely care about our clients and believe that a criminal defense attorney should be affordable. We will work with you to make a criminal defense affordable. Our first priority is to make sure you get through this process. If you have a DUI then we can help you keep your driver’s license or avoid jail. Our criminal defense attorneys have approximately three decades of experience. We can get you through it and back to living your life.
With approximately 30 years of combined experience, this means we know our way around a courtroom. We know how to negotiate with the District Attorneys and how to win hearings. We also know how to fight and win at trial.
Our practice focuses on Criminal Defense. We take pride in our work and believe defending those who have the full weight of the US Gov’t arrayed against them is one of the most honorable professions in our country. We do not do family law, nor wills… we focus on criminal defense and helping those unfortunate enough to find themselves in the criminal justice system. Our main focus, our most important focus, is you.
The Right Attorney
You need an attorney who is local, who knows and can successfully negotiate, with the District Attorneys. An attorney who is recognized and respected by local judges. An attorney who has won numerous cases, including DUI cases. The right attorney. An attorney YOU can work with and can help see you through the process. and advertising needs.
AVOID JAIL BY HIRING AN AGRESSIVE, LOCAL CRIMINAL ATTORNEY.
The American Bar Association recommends that public defenders not work on more than 150 felony cases a year. In 2013, I handled double that.
The United States accounts for less than 5 percent of the world’s population but almost 25 percent of the global prison population. The vast majority of people in prison are indigent: The Justice Department has estimated that 60 to 90 percent of criminal defendants nationwide cannot afford their own attorneys and that in 2007, U.S. public defender offices received more than 5.5 million cases.https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/our-public-defender-system-isnt-just-broken–its-unconstitutional/2015/09/03/aadf2b6c-519b-11e5-9812-92d5948a40f8_story.html