Top San Diego Sex Crime Lawyers - California

Arrested for a crime he, admittedly, did commit in 2004, David P. Shapiro experienced firsthand the same fear, uncertainty, and concern for his future and freedom so many of his clients undergo when arrested or under investigation for allegedly committing a crime. That experience motivates him each and every day to provide the best representation possible to any and all who entrust his Firm to...

When facing criminal charges, San Diego County residents can turn to the Sevens Legal, APC, for assistance through some of life’s most complicated legal situations. We build criminal defense strategies for those who may feel overwhelmed by California’s legal system. At the Sevens Legal, APC, attorneys Samantha Greene and Kerry Steigerwalt provide help and support to clients who need...

Charged with a Sex Crime?

You've come to the right place.  If you're facing sex crime charges or other charges that would force you to register as a sex offender and have questions about the sex offender registry -- you should speak with a sex crimes lawyer today.

A charged sexual offender faces unique problems, and a qualified sex crimes lawyer can help.

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