Plea Bargains -
Jury Trials -
License Suspension /
Plea Bargains -
PC 1000 -
Prop 36 -
Program Alternatives -
Deferred Entry of Judgment
We focus on cases in the inland empire courthouses in Riverside and San Bernardino County, such as Riverside, San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, Victorville, Murrieta, Banning, and Indio. Also in Los Angeles County with Pomona and West Covina. Regularly practicing in these Courts allows us to learn each Courthouse's policies and tendencies. Our clients benefit from this since we are not "spreading ourselves too thin."
OUR JOB is to try to obtain the best possible result for you, whether it's:
1) Reduced Charges
2) Reduced Sentences
3) Case Dismissals
4) Suppressing illegally seized evidence
5) NOT GUILTY Verdicts
6) Avoiding Jail
We won't stop until you have the result you want.
5041 La Mart Drive, Suite 230
Riverside, CA 92507
RANCHO CUCAMONGA OFFICE:
7828 Haven Ave, Suite 212
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Areas of Practice
In most cases you don't have to go to Court.We can appear in Court for you without your presence. We will obtain all pertinent evidence through the District Attorney or the subpoena process. The development of a defense will be used in plea bargain negotiating, attempting to dismiss the case, or in defending you at trial.
Ask us how the DMV hearing can be used to your advantage in DUI defense.
For certain offenses, a usable quantity is required for prosecution. A police officer violating a person's constitutional rights occurs more frequent during a drug search. We can look at your case to see if it's proper to file a motion to suppress illegally obtained evidence. Alternatively, we can look to see if a rehabilitation program is the proper way to handle your case or resolve your case pursuant to PC 1000 or Prop 36 which can result in a dismissal after you finish a drug program.
We can appear at your DMV hearing without you in most cases. Whether you are facing a DUI arrest or suspension for any other reason, we will obtain all pertinent evidence.
For most misdemeanor cases you don't have to go to Court. We can appear in Court for you without your presence. For all felony cases and certain misdemeanor cases, your presence is required at every court hearing.
We will obtain all pertinent evidence through the District Attorney or the subpoena process. The development of a defense will be used in plea bargain negotiating, attempting to dismiss the case, or in defending you at trial.
In some instances you'll be required to post bail. Telling a bail bonds agent, you hired this firm can result in a reduce rate by the bail bonds agency.