FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Criminal Defense:

You should contact our criminal defense lawyers as soon as possible. Time is of the essence in all criminal cases. Every day that passes without representation is another missed opportunity for a possible reduction in the charges, or even a complete dismissal. We find that intervention at the earliest possible stage is key to securing the best possible outcomes for our clients.

We have been defending our clients for over 30 years in Los Angeles, CA. Our reputation is unmatched because we have one of the strongest criminal defense teams in the city. You can also read our superb reviews on AVVO.

No.  We accept criminal cases all over the Los Angeles County. We also cover courts in Malibu, Beverly Hills, Pasadena, LAX, Sylmar, Burbank, Pomona, Van Nuys, Alhambra, Glendale, Torrance, San Fernando, Hollywood and Valencia. We may also make an exception and cover courts in Ventura and Orange counties.

Yes we do! All you have to do is call our phone number at the top of the page and schedule your free initial consultation with one of our criminal law experts. We are usually able to schedule follow-up meetings with our potential clients the very next day.

Our criminal law firm provides instant help over the phone 24/7. We will carefully listen to your situation and will give you a free phone consultation with a licensed attorney. We do understand that being arrested for criminal offense is a very stressful situation and will do whatever it takes to help you resolve the issue.

Yes! We accept the majority of payment options including most major credit cards, checks, wire payments, and cash.

You should always remember that prosecutors are not on your side. If the bargain is too favorable that may indicate a weakness in the government’s evidence. You should consult with an attorney before accepting a plea deal to determine whether the deal is truly the best option for resolution of your case.

Absolutely! Even if you plead guilty to your criminal charges, it is up to the judge to give you a sentence which depends on different circumstances. Additionally, in rare cases, it may be worth it to withdraw the plea and take the case to trial. Consult with one of our attorneys today to determine what the best option is in your particular situation.

Yes.  You never know how your minor criminal charges can affect your future. Even if it is minor theft and it is your first offense, it will stay on your record and you might have difficulties finding employment or even housing. In short, there is no such thing as a “minor” crime. If you are charged with a crime by the government, you should seek counsel immediately to mitigate the harm to you, and your reputation.

Depending on the circumstances, your case may not be able to resolve without jail time. In some cases, we are able to dismiss charges and in some cases we are able to reduce felony charges to a misdemeanor. No attorney can promise you a final result, because the final decision is up to the judge and is highly fact-dependent.