When you break a bone do you go to an allergy doctor? When you are charged with a crime, even a minor crime, do you consult an attorney whose primary practice is in civil court? Hopefully your answer is no. I'm sure the civil law attorney is competent at civil law, but criminal law is a different beast. The first thing anyone charged with a crime needs to understand is that just as it is with physicians and many other professions, there are practitioners who specialize in one particular area of the practice. When it comes to your freedom, don't take chances—you need an experienced Orange County criminal defense attorney who understands the particularities of criminal law and knows the ins and outs of the criminal court system.
Whether you have been charged with a simple misdemeanor offense or a serious felony, William Weinberg has the experience and the skills to provide you with the best possible defense. Mr. Weinberg limits his practice to criminal and juvenile law and has been defending criminal matters for over 20 years.
Mr. Weinberg gives every matter his personal attention and will advise you of your best course of action. He genuinely cares because he knows that for each and every client, his or her freedom is at stake. He will protect your rights.
Many people who have been charged with a criminal offense are scared and confused. Representing people throughout Orange County, knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer William Weinberg takes the time to walk his client's through the process. When you hire Mr. Weinberg to represent you, he will explain all of your options, based on the particulars of your case, and the possible outcomes. As you move through the court system, he won't leave you wondering what is going on or what happens next—his first goal is to give his clients the most effective defense possible and his second goal is alleviate his client's anxieties as the client navigates the often bewildering court system.
On the other hand, some people don't take criminal charges as seriously as they should. These people think that, for example, because they are innocent, the charges will just be dropped or that because the charge is minor, an attorney is unnecessary. There is no criminal case that does not demand an attorney experienced in criminal law. If you have been charged with any criminal offense, you need a criminal defense attorney.
Serving defendants in Orange County and beyond, criminal defense attorney William Weinberg has experience defending almost every crime "in the book." Some of the more common crimes he defends are listed below.
- Criminal Process
- Collaborative Courts
- Petition for Factual Innocence
- Pre-File Investigations
- Pretrial Mental Health Diversion
- Proposition 47
- Rights After an Arrest
- Three Strikes
- Crimes Against Persons
- Criminal Threats
- Domestic Violence Crimes
- Domestic Battery (Penal Code § 243)
- Inflicting Bodily Injury on a Spouse or Intimate Other (Penal Code § 273.5(a))
- Spousal Rape (Penal Code §262)
- Elder Abuse Defense
- Drug Charges
- Marijuana / Cannabis Possession and Sales
- Gun Laws / Weapon Charges
- Juvenile Crimes
- Is There a Connection Between Childhood Trauma and Criminal Behavior?
- Miscellaneous Crimes
- False Statements to Police Officers
- Gang Crimes
- Property Crimes
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Sex Crimes
- Child Molestation / Sexual Assault
- Sexual Battery
- Violent Crimes
- General Principles of Homicide Law
- White Collar Crimes
- Accounting Fraud
This list is by no means exhaustive.
If you have been charged with any crime, please feel free to contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer William Weinberg for a set up a confidential consultation without charge at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 474-8008.