Southern California Criminal Defense
If you have been accused of a criminal offense in Southern California, your freedom, funds, and reputation are at risk. Not only are you potentially facing jail time and fines, if you’re convicted and end up with a criminal record, nearly everything you attempt to do will become harder. Getting a job, finding housing, and pursuing higher education often depend on passing a background check, which will reveal a criminal past. It is essential, if you want to preserve the quality of your life into the future, that you fight the charges vigorously, which means hiring an experienced and successful criminal defense attorney to represent you.
Where to Turn When You Have been Accused
For skilled, experienced, and knowledgeable criminal defense, there is no better place to turn in the San Diego area than the Singleton Law Firm. The attorneys at the Singleton Law Firm, graduates of some of the nation’s finest law schools, are passionate about their mission to defend the rights of the accused and to obtain the best and most favorable outcome for every client we represent.
We provide expert criminal defense to defendants accused of all types of crimes, running the gamut from minor misdemeanors to violent felonies. We have successfully defended our clients against accusations of DUI, drug crimes, sexual abuse and assault, and many other crimes. If you bring us on board at the earliest suggestion that you are under investigation, we may be able to prevent charges from being filed; when that is not possible, we fight to get the charges dismissed or reduced.
Your Rights Matter
Your selection of a defense attorney when you have been accused of a crime may be the most important decision of your life. At the Singleton Law Firm, out lawyers are committed to preserving your constitutional rights, your freedom, and your future by offering you the best possible defense.
Are you facing criminal charges? If so, the rest of your life may depend on what happens next. Call the Singleton Law Firm and arrange to meet with your attorney immediately. Don’t speak to police, prosecutors, or anyone else before your lawyer arrives. Don’t explain your side of the story or admit or deny anything without your lawyer present. Your right to counsel is protected by the Constitution. Use it to your best advantage by putting an experienced defense attorney from Singleton Law Firm to work for you.