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Criminal & White Collar Defense

Our Practice: Criminal & White Collar Crime Defense

 

We represent clients in a wide variety of criminal matters, including: felonies, misdemeanors & infractions.

 

Criminal Defense:
Homicide
Murder
Manslaughter
Attempted Murder
Conspiracy to Commit Murder

 

Sexual Misconduct:
Lewd Conduct (647(a))
Solicitation (647(b)) (including with prior convictions)
Unlawful sex with a minor
Statutory Rape
Forcible Rape

 

Burglary:
Residential
Commercial

 

Theft:
Shoplifting
Petty Theft
Grand Theft

 

Domestic Violence:
Spousal Abuse
Terrorist Threats
Assault
Battery

 

Drug Offenses:
Possession
Sale
Possession for sale/transportation
Under the Influence
Loitering for the purpose of purchase or sale
Diversion (Deferred Entry of Judgment)
Drug Court

 

Unlawful Weapons:
Possession Gun in a car
Possession of a Concealed weapon

 

Probation Violations
Warrants Failures to Appear

 

Traffic Violations:
DUI, DWI or Wet Reckless
Negligent Operator/Point Count
DMV Hearings
Traffic Court Trials
Fake ID
Drunk In Public Bribery
Obstruction of Justice
Trespass
Arson
All Juvenile Matters

 

White Collar Crime:
Embezzlement

 

Fraud:
Internet Fraud
Credit Card Fraud
Identity Fraud
Business Fraud
Forgery
Perjury
Extortion
Counterfeiting
Computer Hacking
Money Laundering
Bankruptcy Fraud
RICO Investigations

 

When someone is arrested, the criminal process will vary, depending on whether they are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. A misdemeanor case is one where the maximum punishment is one year in county jail, a fine, or combination of jail and a fine. In a felony case, the punishment can be much more severe, and can include confinement in state prison.