Posted on May 30, 2016

Glendale Criminal Defense Lawyer

Glendale is located off the 170 freeway north east of downtown Los Angeles. The City sits adjacent to both Pasadena and Burbank. When a crime is committed within the city limits, the Glendale Police Department will be the assigned agency to investigate the case. In the event someone is arrested, their criminal case will be filed and litigated at the Glendale Courthouse.

Our office handles all criminal matters occurring in Glendale. Crimes which include assault, resisting arrest, vehicular manslaughter, murder, and all drug related offenses. Not to mention, a large part of our practice is devoted to litigated search and seizure issues arising out of unlawful detentions, search warrants, and home searches. Our office focuses on minimizing the negative effects a criminal arrest may have on a person’s life. We strive to reach the best possible result for all clients who suffer from a criminal arrest.

When standing accused of any criminal allegation, whether it be an outstanding criminal case or you’re being investigated, it’s important to retain an experienced Glendale Criminal Attorney familiar with the area and courthouse in which the case will be heard. Our office has handled hundreds of criminal cases in the Los Angeles and we’re familiar with number of prosecutors and judges at the Glendale Courthouse. We have obtained successful results, saved a number of professional licenses, and save thousands of dollars in fines and fees on behalf of our clients.

GLENDALE CRIMINAL DEFENSE PRACTICE AREAS

Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Burglary
Child Endangerment
Corporal Injury
Criminal Threats
Domestic Battery
Drug Sales
Embezzlement
Grand Theft
Money Laundering
Prostitution
Resisting Arrest
Shoplifting
Stalking

CONTACT US FOR A FREE CRIMINAL DEFENSE CONSULTATION

If you or a loved one has been arrested, charged, or are under investigation for a crime, then contact a Criminal Defense Attorney at the Law Offices of John D. Rogers for a free confidential consultation.

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