An arrest for committing a crime will result in a legal situation that can affect you emotionally and financially. If you have been charged with a criminal offense, a Stanton criminal defense lawyer can give you advice regarding your defense, and provide whatever legal assistance is needed. Okabe & Haushalter have represented clients in countless cases involving many different types of crimes, including extortion, forgery, fraud crimes, grand theft, hate crime, insider trading, manslaughter, murder/homicide, public corruption, RICO, tax evasion, federal crimes, weapons charges, white collar crimes, arson, assault & battery, bribery, child pornography, child molestation, computer crimes, domestic violence, drunk in public, embezzlement, juvenile cases and drug cases. We are also knowledgeable in sex crimes defense, DUI defense, DMV hearings and appeals.
An attorney at our firm can explain what actions the prosecution will take in your case, and how to challenge their evidence. If you were unlawfully stopped or illegally searched, we will seek a reduction in charges or case dismissal. We have a comprehensive understanding of criminal law and have tried thousands of criminal cases. You can count on us for aggressive and determined representation whether you were arrested for a misdemeanor or are facing felony or federal charges.
The legal professionals at our firm have been rated Super Lawyers by their peers, and are highly regarded criminal defenders. Ryan Okabe and Mark Haushalter have represented clients in local, state, federal and juvenile cases, and will meticulously prepare your defense. They will make sure all of your defense options are identified and vigorously pursued. Our firm will always be available to answer any questions you have about your case, and will keep you updated and informed on its progress.
The consequences of a conviction in a criminal case are one of the many reasons you should seek out the services of an experienced criminal defense firm. While some misdemeanor crimes can result in probation, sentencing can also include jail time, fines and community service. If you have been charged with a felony, a guilty verdict will almost always result in incarceration. A person who has a prior criminal record may end up being sentenced under the state’s Three Strikes law, which can lead to enhanced penalties and even life imprisonment. Our firm is extremely proficient and will attack the prosecution’s case with determination and uncompromising diligence.
Contact a Stanton criminal defense attorney for aggressive representation when fighting criminal charges.