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Legal Services We Offer

Criminal Defense

The law says that if you have been injured by another person, then you deserve to be compensated for that injury. Most injuries are caused by car accidents, and the compensation comes from insurance companies. The adjusters are trained to low ball you and settle these cases for as little as possible. It pays to have an attorney on your side as much compensation for you as possible.

Personal Injury

The law says that if you have been injured by another person, then you deserve to be compensated for that injury. Most personal injury cases are caused by car accidents, and the compensation comes from insurance companies. The adjusters are trained to low ball you and settle these cases for as little as possible. It pays to have an attorney on your side who isn't intimidated by the insurance company, and can get as much compensation for you as possible.

Personal Injury

DUI

An arrest for driving under the influence is very serious. Although it is usually only a misdemeanor, the penalties can be very substantial and may include jail, fines, DUI classes, driver's license suspension, probation and other punishments. Some people may even risk losing their job. It is never wise to plead guilty without having an experienced DUI attorney take a look at your case. There are often problems with the case that can lead to a dismissal or reduced charge.

Clear Your Record

A criminal record can make your life very difficult. The most significant way that a criminal record can hurt you is when you apply for a job. Employers are often reluctant to hire an applicant who has a criminal history. This is especially true if you have a felony on your record. A criminal record can also interfere with other rights and opportunities. Fortunately, there are a number of methods in California that may allow you to clear your criminal record.

Clear Your Record

Traffic Tickets

Traffic tickets are citations from a police officer that accuse you of committing a moving violation infraction, which is the lowest degree of crime after felony and misdemeanor. Infractions are not punishable with jail time, but they do come with a fine and add points to your DMV driving record. These points increase your insurance rates, and put your driver's license at risk. It is always worthwhile to avoid them.