Results matter, especially after an arrest. See how our past successes have helped our former clients.
Our commitment to protecting the rights of our clients drives us to secure the best possible outcome.
When the unexpected occurs, we are here 24/7 to listen to your side of the story and act on your behalf.
Have you been arrested for a crime and are uncertain about what to do next? The single, most important action you can take is to retain legal representation by a Cypress criminal defense lawyer. Hiring an attorney immediately following an arrest will ensure that your rights are protected. An experienced criminal defender will look for flaws in the prosecution’s case that could result in a reduction in charges. Depending on the nature of the charges, you may even be eligible for a diversion program or deferred sentencing.
If you want to find out all of your legal options, contact Okabe & Haushalter, a trusted criminal defense firm. We have experience in cases involving assault & battery, bribery, child pornography, child molestation, computer crimes, DMV hearings, domestic violence, drug cases, drunk in public, DUI defense, embezzlement, extortion, federal crimes, forgery, fraud crimes, arson, appeals, juvenile cases, manslaughter, murder-homicide, public corruption, RICO, sex crime defense, tax evasion, weapons charges, white collar crimes. grand theft, hate crime and insider trading. Regardless of the accusations against you or the complexity of your case, we can be relied on to aggressively challenge the evidence against you.
Attorneys at our office have a comprehensive legal knowledge and trial experience. We know what to expect from the prosecution and how to attack their evidence. Ryan Okabe is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, South Bay Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association and Beverly Hills Bar Association, and is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in California. Mark Haushalter is a former prosecutor that has tried many different types of criminal cases and is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in California and Illinois.