Are you facing criminal charges? If you have been arrested for a crime, the outcome of your case may depend on the legal skills of your attorney. Hiring a knowledgeable and experienced litigator often has a bearing on the effectiveness of your defense. A seasoned Garden Grove criminal attorney can give you sound advice regarding your case, and explain all of your defense alternatives. Once a course of action has been decided, a strategy can be mapped out to aggressively challenge the accusations against you.
Attorneys at Okabe & Haushalter can provide you with the legal help you will need when fighting criminal charges. We are an established criminal defense firm that represents clients in cases involving , arson, appeals, assault & battery, bribery, child pornography, child molestation, computer crimes, domestic violence, drug cases, drunk in public, DUI defense, embezzlement, extortion, federal crimes, forgery, fraud crimes, grand theft, hate crime, insider trading, juvenile cases, manslaughter, murder-homicide, public corruption, RICO, sex crime defense, tax evasion, weapons charges and white collar crimes. We can address any criminal legal matter and will ensure that your rights are always safeguarded.
Crimes involving a minor, the use of a deadly weapon, or result in injuries and fatalities are extremely serious can result in severe sentencing. You will also be facing harsh penalties if you have a prior criminal record. Under the state’s three strikes law, you could even end up in prison for life. The consequences for a conviction in a criminal case can include probation, incarceration, fines, counseling, asset seizure, license suspension and sex offender registration. It is strongly recommended that you consult with an attorney from our firm if you have been arrested for committing a crime. Our legal team has local, state and federal court experience, and can give you useful advice regarding your case.
Contact a Garden Grove criminal attorney for resourceful representation if you have been arrested for a misdemeanor, felony or federal crime.