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DUI

If you're charged with DUI, you can lose your license without even going to court. A conviction can result in jail time and huge fines.


You could be convicted of DUI for using drugs, even if you have a prescription.

Assault and Homicide

Whether you're charged with a simple push or shove, felony assault with a deadly weapon, all the way up to murder, we're prepared to fight for your rights. 

Theft and Property Crimes

Even a conviction for petty theft can have life long consequences. Residential burglary is a "strike" under the Three Strikes law and carries the possibility of a lengthy prison term.

Sex Offenses

Even being charged with a sexual offense can have devastating effects.


A conviction for rape, child molestation or other sexual offense can lead to substantial prison time and a lifetime of sex offender registration.



"Expungement"

With very few exceptions, there is no such thing as a true "expungement" in California.


Although most adult criminal convictions can't be sealed or erased, we can help clean up your record and get on with your life.

Drug Offenses

Many drug possession offenses are now misdemeanors in California, but a drug related conviction can still result in jail, prison, registration as a drug offender, and other serious consequences.

Domestic Violence

If you're charged with domestic violence, the judge may issue a restraining order than keeps you away from loved ones.


A conviction can make it difficult for you to get custody of your children in the future. You can also lose your gun rights for life, even if it's a misdemeanor.

Vehicle Code and DMV

Some Vehicle Code violations are a lot more than a simple traffic ticket and result in big fines, even jail time.


DMV can take away your license if you get too many points on your record.


We handle court cases and DMV hearings.

Non-citizen defense

If you're not a U.S. citizen, a criminal conviction can rip you away from your home and prevent you from returning to your family.


Hire a lawyer who understands what's at stake in your case.