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Facing criminal charges is a terrifying experience. You feel alone; but you're not. I'll deal with police, prosecutors, and the media so you can rest easier and feel confident that you have highly skilled, compassionate attorney on your side.
Facing criminal or DUI charges in El Cajon (East County San Diego)?
Pretty much any criminal or DUI arrest in San Diego County east of San Diego State University, and including La Mesa, and will lead to an appearance in the East County Regional Center, (also known as the El Cajon Courthouse), located at 250 East Main Street in El Cajon (92020). A different world unfolds as one leaves San Diego’s coast and travels east up to the mountains or down to the deserts. This world also includes a criminal courthouse and DA’s Office which is, in some ways, much different than what you might see in the Chula Vista or downtown San Diego courtrooms.
If your case is in El Cajon, it is essential you consult with and hire (if you have the resources to do so), a criminal defense attorney like David P. Shapiro who has earned the respect of the El Cajon court staff, prosecutors, and judges. Further, your lawyer should have the skill and experience to best protect your rights and get you the best possible outcome given: (1) the facts of your case, and (2) the courthouse/courtroom in which your case will be heard.
California Criminal Defense Attorney
The Law Offices of David P. Shapiro has an experienced criminal defense attorney with a proven record of success who has represented clients in hundreds of criminal cases in El Cajon ranging from misdemeanor DUI to the most serious felonies. David is proud to have been defending residents of East San Diego County against allegations of DUI and all other criminal conduct since 2007.
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If you have been accused of a crime or DUI in El Cajon or anywhere in “East County,” get your case on track by calling The Law Offices of David P. Shapiro today at (619) 295-3555. Your case is too important to settle for anything but first class representation!