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Theft Crimes:

Theft crimes can be extremely serious charges, and a guilty conviction can have potentially devastating effects a person’s future employment prospects.

I have a great deal of experience in handling both felony theft charges and misdemeanor theft charges throughout Los Angeles County.

Sex Crimes:

Of all the crimes that can be charged, few carry the stigma that are associated with sex crimes.

Not only do many sex crime convictions require registering as a sexual offender, but the possibility of finding or maintaining meaningful employment greatly diminishes.

Violent Crimes:

Violent crimes can be extremely serious charges, and a guilty conviction can have potentially devastating effects a person’s future employment prospects.

I have a great deal of experience in handling both felony violent crime charges and misdemeanor violent crimes charges throughout Los Angeles County.

Drug Crimes:

Drug crimes can be extremely serious charges, and a guilty conviction can have potentially devastating effects a person’s future employment prospects.

I have a great deal of experience in handling both felony drug charges and misdemeanor drug charges throughout Los Angeles County. Many cases are very winnable.

Domestic Violence:

Over the years, domestic violence charges have become more serious as lobbyist and special interest groups have pushed toward a tougher stance.

These charges can be extremely serious charges, and these types of cases oftentimes feel like a microscope is hovering over one’s personal life.

DUI:

Contrary to popular belief, getting pulled over and charged with a DUI does not automatically equate to a criminal conviction. Instead, DUI cases are oftentimes the most winnable cases.

In DUIs, there are two processes going on simultaneously. There is the criminal charge, which I will defend you in the courtroom. And there is also an administrative process conducted by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Expungements:

You were charged with and ultimately convicted of a crime. The conviction may have arisen from entering a plea, or being found guilty in a court or jury trial.

But now you completed all of your obligations and are not currently charged with another crime. You have “paid your dues, and now it’s your turn.” You may now be eligible to get that conviction expunged!

Bench Warrants:

A bench warrant refers to warrant issued by a judge. Traditionally, judges are said to be seated on “the bench,” and that’s probably where the name “bench warrant” originated.

Nevertheless, a bench warrant is indeed an arrest warrant, and one can be issued for failing to appear in court, failing to timely pay or enroll (in a program for example), or disobeying a court order.

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