8484 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 260
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Bruce M. Margolin Leading California Criminal Defense Attorney

L.A. California Violent Crimes Lawyer Defending Accusations of Violent Crimes

A conviction for a violent crime can carry a range of unanticipated consequences that are even worse than jail time. You may have difficulty finding employment, risk losing custody of your children and irreparably damage personal relationships. By working with a Southern California attorney experienced in defending violent crimes, you can ensure that you receive a fair trial and the best possibility of avoiding these consequences.

Rather than trusting just any criminal lawyer with your defense, you can turn to the experienced legal team at The Law Offices of Bruce M. Margolin, Esq. With more than 40 years of experience, founding attorney Bruce M. Margolin has garnered significant recognition for his work, including being named Criminal Defense Attorney of the Year.

With the help of The Law Offices of Bruce M. Margolin, you can avoid the stigma that may follow you for years to come if you are convicted of a violent crime. Contact the firm to arrange a free initial consultation.

Be Certain Your Rights are Protected

If you are being accused of a violent crime, your rights and your liberty are at stake. In these turbulent times, a lawyer who brings both knowledge and experience to your defense is an invaluable asset. Attorney Margolin is fully prepared to advocate for your best interests in violent crimes cases involving allegations of:

Exploring Every Option for Your Defense

In violent crime cases, attorney Margolin explores all possibilities for acquittal, including misconduct by the police or prosecutors, inadmissible evidence and witnesses who have proven to be unreliable. His primary objective is always to limit the impact these charges have on your life, your future and your reputation.

Contact the firm at 1-800-420-LAWS to begin your defense. Telephones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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