Criminal Defense throughout L.A., Long Beach, Orange County & the Inland Empire
Criminal defense is not about defending actions, it is about defending rights and everyone has rights. When you or anyone you know ever end up in the criminal justice system, you will quickly learn that NOBODY is as interested in defending your rights as you are and you cannot do it alone. That’s when you call a tough, aggressive attorney who will be there with you and for you every step of the way.
My name is David J. Givot. At the Law Office of David J. Givot I provide aggressive, compassionate, discrete, and affordable defense for people charged with felony and misdemeanor crimes, including DUI/DWI and drug offenses.
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Knowledgeable Criminal Defense in Southern California
As your lawyer, I will:
- Answer when you call
- Explain and guide you step-by-step through the legal process
- Give you a comprehensive, honest analysis of your particular case
- Lay out all of your options – best and worst
- Develop a defense strategy for your specific case
- Aggressively defend you every step along the way, including at trial
- and FIGHT for your rights!
Remember, a criminal charge is not a conviction. To start building your defense, contact my office.
If you have been charged with a crime, you are not obligated to talk to the police. Anything you voluntarily say to law enforcement may be used against you.
Don’t wait! To protect your legal rights and personal freedom, it’s critical that you contact a skilled defense attorney immediately.
Tough Criminal Defense Lawyer for Good People in Bad Times
To discuss your case, contact me online or call my office locally at 310/699-0070 or toll free at 888-293-0396.
Initial consultation is FREE. I accept all major credit cards. Payment Plans Available. I am available for weekend/evening appointments. I serve Long Beach, Orange County, and all of the surrounding Southern California communities.
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