Our Excellent No-Risk Case Dispositions Will Help Resolve Your Case to Your Satisfaction, Eliminate Risk, Save You Money and Time, Avoid Jail Time, and Obtain Dismissals of Charges
Our experience, know-how, personal hands-on touch and skill will get the results you need! We will keep you posted on developments in your case and any questions you may have are promptly answered. When you are faced with DUI and other criminal charges you must hire an experienced, smart and aggressive Orange County criminal defense lawyer that you can completely trust and should have the utmost confidence in with respect to the attorney’s skill and ability to defend you in court in Southern California. Robert P. Croissant has been a private licensed California criminal defense attorney for over 35 years. During his career practicing criminal defense, Attorney Croissant has won many criminal cases and has sharpened his courtroom skills and winning tactics that are absolutely essential to successfully defending people charged with serious crimes.
Attorney Croissant is also a compassionate legal advocate who has successfully represented people from all walks of life. As a California criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Croissant is a serious student of the law. Attorney Croissant knows that ongoing legal education is important to his profession and to his client’s cases. He keeps abreast of the law and changes to the criminal laws. The Law Office of Robert P. Croissant is located at 13522 Newport Avenue, Suite 201, Tustin, California, 92780. He has represented clients throughout Southern California.
If you are searching for a confident and trustworthy Orange County criminal defense attorney who is smart, tough, dedicated, experienced and a relentless advocate for all his clients, contact the Law Office of Robert P. Croissant now. Attorney Croissant will be happy to take the time to listen and speak with you about the facts of your case and explain what he can do to help today. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you, so call him now at (714) 730-2085.DUI Law
DUIs are serious charges not to be taken lightly. They can lead to serious consequences against one's record, possible driver's license suspensions, revocations, being on probation and in some cases, the possibility of jail time. We are well aware of the substantive and technical defenses to these charges, which with the help of our criminalist can assist in achieving the best results possible for our clients. These results can include reduction and/or dismissal of charges, as well as substantial mitigation of the most serious consequences, including avoiding actual time in jail. In order to establish probable cause Police Officers can rely on field sobriety tests; however, such tests are not completely reliable and a knowledgeable attorney can expose errors where applicable in a way that the tests were performed and interpreted. In addition, chemical tests, like breath, blood, or urine are not always error-proof. Blood testing advices will give erroneous results due to improper calibration and maintenance. Certainly we thoroughly review all evidence of the prosecution and make every effort to expose weaknesses in the prosecution's case, as well as the testing procedure, which can frequently lead to reduced consequences to the client.
Don't face a DUI charge alone. We are highly experienced and can skillfully aid you in resolving your charges as favorably as possible to your satisfaction.
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It is critically important that people charged, rightly or wrongly with criminal matters consult a highly experienced, skilled attorney to protect their constitutional rights, including their presumption of innocence and the right not to incriminate one's self to the authorities. It is highly important to remember that criminal proceedings are adversarial in nature. The other side primarily there to build a case against the prospective defendant and has no hesitation in attempting to get the prospective defendant to incriminate one's self to the authorities. This applies whether the client feels he or she may be guilty. When a client is faced with criminal charges in Orange County, they need an attorney who will tenaciously represent him to the fullest extent possible in obtaining dismissals and/or reduction of charges and consequences. We have won numerous cases with our years of experience and well-honed courtroom skills and the tactics necessary to obtain the best results for our clients.
Juvenile court proceedings are a critically important area of our practice. This is an excellent opportunity to nip present and possible future problems in the bud. We have long term quality and successful experience in Juvenile Court and can expertly guide clients through the Juvenile Court process. It is critical that a skillful and experienced attorney be consulted for Juvenile Court matters to provide the assistance needed to successfully resolve Juvenile Court proceedings. Our Juvenile Court results include many reductions and dismissals of the primary charges with avoidance of time in custody in Juvenile Hall.Traffic & Motor Vehicle Offenses
Traffic and motor vehicle and DMV matters are not to be taken lightly. If not properly and skillfully handled the chances are more likely to involved adverse consequences against one’s driver’s license and cost of insurance. Multiple convictions and more serious offenses against one’s record can result in negligent operator hearings by the Department of Motor Vehicles where the DMV will pursue possible suspensions of driving privileges.
As an experienced criminal defense lawyer in Orange County, The Law Office of Robert P. Croissant has a proven record and success in handling our client's legal problems and charges against our client. We offer excellent experience and excellent results in handling our client's cases and do so for reasonable fees. Call today at (714) 730-2085 for your free initial consultation. We’re available 24/7!
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