Charged with a Crime in California?
With the extensive experience our attorneys at Cron, Israels & Stark have, our firm handles a varied range of criminal offenses in all criminal courthouses in greater Los Angeles area and throughout the state of California.
When you are facing criminal charges, you will want the experience and knowledge we bring to every case we handle. Some of the additional areas of criminal law we can defend you for include:
- Probation Violations
- Criminal Appeals
- Disorderly Conduct
- Drunk in Public
- Disturbing the Peace
- Driving on a Suspended License
- Obstruction of Justice
- False Statements to Police
- Filing a False or Forged Document
- Fraudulent Conveyance
- Possession of Fake Driver's License
- Fleeing and Eluding
- Reckless Driving
- Reckless Evading
- Resisting Arrest
- Hit and Run
- Animal Abuse and Cruelty
- Carrying a Concealed Weapon
- Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
- Solicitation to Commit a Crime
- Destroy or Conceal Evidence
- Sealing an Arrest Record
- Police Misconduct
Our Los Angeles criminal defense lawyers are dedicated to providing you with personalized service for any of your legal needs. If you have questions regarding your case and are not sure where to turn to, you can count on our legal team to provide you with the answers you need.
With our free initial and completely confidential consultation, you can learn more about your legal rights and options.
Disorderly Conduct Law in California - Penal Code 647 PC
Disorderly conduct is a very common and a broadly defined offense in California. It includes many different acts that are interpreted as disruptions to public order. The following are the main reasons for a disorderly conduct arrest and charge:
- Peeping at a close range or with optical instruments
- Public Drunkenness
When you are arrested for disorderly conduct in violation of California Penal Code 647, it is important to contact a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney at Cron, Israels and Stark as soon as possible.
A charge of this nature is filed as a misdemeanor and can lead to a mark on your permanent record, up to one year in jail, fines and possible temporary loss of your license depending on the circumstances.
Obstruction of Justice Law
Obstruction of justice is defined by any action that prevents or hinders the proper judicial process, the administration of the courts, law enforcement or correctional actions. This could be something as simple as a non-violent resist of arrest, or as severe as lying while acting as a witness.
This also includes actions such as bribing or threatening a witness, judge, lawyer or law enforcement officer.
Other actions which can bring around the obstruction of justice charge are: interference of an investigation, picketing and using a megaphone in front of the courts without a permit, tampering or hiding evidence and lying while participating in an investigation.
Actions that interfere or hinder the daily operations of any of the three branches of government can bring about an obstruction of justice charge.
If you are being charged with obstruction of justice, it is important you contact us. Obstruction of justice can be filed as a misdemeanor or felony and you can face considerable jail time and fines, along with the permanent criminal record.
Asset Forfeiture In California
When you have been charged with certain criminal offenses in Los Angeles, you may suffer forfeiture of your assets by the police. Some of these types of crimes can include drug charges, organized crime offenses and charges related to racketeering, which can include gambling, prostitution, robbery, extortion, arson, kidnapping and even murder.
Although your property is not supposed to be forfeited unless you are convicted, many law enforcement officials will seize the property when you are arrested. To fight for your rights to your property, discuss your case with our experienced criminal defense lawyers in Los Angeles.
We are well-versed in making a strong case to defend the underlying charges and pursue the return of your seized assets.
The criminal offenses that result in property forfeiture can lead to officials seizing such valuables as jewelry, money, cars, homes, bank accounts and various other personal assets.
The purpose of this law was originally to cover the expense of drug enforcement and racketeering activities, but has become abused by law enforcement.
When your bank accounts and all of your assets are seized, it can become extremely difficult to pay your regular expenses, increasing the complications of such a case.
Choose Experienced Defense for Your Case
We understand the severity of the charges that face you. This is a difficult time to confront, with the criminal justice system being frightening and overwhelming.
When you retain our firm, you will receive the benefit of over 100 years of combined experience between our lawyers.
Whether we help you through tough negotiations and investigation of your case, or through litigation, you can be confident our firm has the resources and skill you need at a time like this.
When dealing with a criminal offense, it is always best to retain experienced legal counsel as soon as possible.
Obtaining the best legal advice early on can ensure a thorough and complete investigation of the facts and evidence of your case in order to maximize the possibility of a successful outcome.
Our legal staff will guide you through the legal process from beginning to end and will keep you informed of the status of your case throughout.
For the dedication and experience you need for you criminal charges, contact us to review the details.