“IT IS FAR WORSE TO CONVICT AN INNOCENT MAN THAN TO LET A GUILTY MAN GO  FREE.”

Fighting For Your Rights, Always On Your Side.

 

     The Sixth Amendment of the United States, made applicable to the states through the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, provides that in all criminal prosecutions the accused has the right to the assistance of counsel for his or her defense. The right to counsel is also protected by California Constitution Article I, Section 14, which deals with securing counsel at arraignment, Article I, Section 15, which states in part that a criminal defendant has the right to have the assistance of counsel and to be personally present with counsel, and Article I, Section 16, which provides for waiver of a jury in a criminal case by consent of both parties expressed in open court by the defendant and the defendant’s counsel.

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE &

  SEX OFFENSES

DUI

Theft CRimes

Serious & violent felonies &

all misdemeanor offenses

drug possession and distribution