Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney In San Diego

 

The consequences of a criminal conviction extend far beyond the penalties California judges may impose at sentencing.

A criminal record can affect your relationship with family and loved ones, it can hinder or prevent you from getting a job and it can even affect your ability to qualify for some federal student loan programs while you are serving your sentence.

Taking The Time To Address Concerns And Questions

Most people do not know what to do when they are arrested or when they find out that they are the target of a criminal investigation by law enforcement agencies. Paul Neuharth Jr. has been representing people charged with violating state and federal criminal laws for 25 years. Besides providing clients with an aggressive criminal defense, he makes it a point to give his clients a clear explanation of the criminal process at each step of the way. Mr. Neuharth makes certain that all of client’s questions and concerns are heard and addressed by him and his staff. Mr Neuharth will attempt to return all phone calls within the day they come in.

Criminal Defense For All Criminal Cases

Paul Neuharth Jr. has handled all types of criminal cases from misdemeanors to the most serious felonies. Some of the cases he handles include:

 

Criminal Penalties Associated With A Conviction

California imposes harsh penalties on individuals convicted of violating its criminal laws. Prison confinement, fines, restitution, community service and other sanctions can be avoided or lessened through an aggressive criminal defense that attacks the evidence forming the foundation of the prosecutor’s case against you.

 

Contact A Seasoned Criminal Defense Attorney

Paul Neuharth Jr. is a San Diego criminal defense lawyer who has been recognized as one of the top trial attorneys in California. Call Mr. Neuharth today at (619) 231-0401 for a consultation, so he can put his experience and knowledge of criminal defense to work on behalf of you or a loved one charged with committing a crime.