You Need To Know The Consequences Of Your Misdemeanor Or Felony Charge Before Pleading Guilty

If you face any criminal charge or it is your first offense, you may believe you will not need a lawyer. However, it is in your best interest to investigate the details of the criminal allegation against you. Our team of lawyers and investigators has the knowledge to thoroughly and accurately examine how the charge may affect you.

At Ernenwein & Johnson, LLP, our legal team is prepared to fight for your freedom. The combination of a thorough investigation and the knowledge of our former deputy district attorneys will benefit you. We apply our knowledge to construct a creative strategy to reach the best possible resolution for your misdemeanor charge. Rely on our board-certified criminal defense lawyers and our 40-plus years of experience for your aggressive criminal defense.

Common Misdemeanor Offenses

A misdemeanor charge can be petty and result in a slap on the wrist. However, the circumstances of your case will determine how the court will treat it. The common misdemeanor offenses under California law include:

Each of these common misdemeanor offenses can result in high fines and jail sentences. In addition, repeated misdemeanor offenses can result in mandatory minimum jail sentences. With an experienced criminal defense attorney, you may be able to benefit from an alternative resolution and avoid jail time.

Common Felony Offenses

Felony offenses are more serious, and the court could impose state prison. Some common felony charges are:

Protect Your Freedom With An Aggressive Criminal Defense

As board-certified criminal defense attorneys, Ernenwein & Johnson, LLP, has provided aggressive criminal defense for all criminal charges. We believe that there is an alternative to what you face, and we will fight your criminal allegation as if it were our own. As former deputy district attorneys we understand how the prosecution may proceed in your case, and we will provide you with the professional legal counsel you need.

You can contact us for your free consultation at our office in Torrance by calling 424-552-3901. If you would prefer to reach us by email, complete this contact form.