I'm a criminal defense/traffic attorney and I know just how upsetting it is to suddenly find yourself involved in the criminal justice system. Once you're charged with a crime your whole world changes. The worry, the uncertainty, the fear and the not knowing can make it impossible to focus on daily chores and lead to long-term depression and can even effect our health.
If you'd like to get some feedback on whatever you're faced with, e-mail the facts of your case to me. Let me know what's going on, what your biggest worry is, etc.. and I'll be happy to share my opinion with you - no obligation, no commitment, no charge.
Chances are things are not as bad as they now appear. Here's a secret: Prosecutors love to overcharge defendants. They charge you with 2 or 3 counts planning on dismissing one or two of them in plea bargaining. And just because they say you did something wrong doesn't mean they can prove you did something wrong - and they know it.
Drop me a line, we'll talk it over, and hopefully getting a defense lawyer's analysis will help you maintain a somehwat normal existence until you can put it behind you.
Languages Spoken: Spanish
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I referred a DUI case to Mr. Mazzaraco out of Tulare County. The facts were very bad for the defense (the client had priors), however Victor was tireless in his advocacy on behalf of the client and ultimately he was able to get all the DUI charges dropped.
Matthew Ruff DUI & DWI Attorney
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|N/A||The Law Offices of Victor J. Mazzaraco||2006 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|California Public Defenders Association||ATTORNEY||2007 - Present|
|Kern County Bar Association||ATTORNEY||2007 - Present|
|NORTH AMERICAN CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS ASSOCIATION||MEMBER||2006 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||2006 - Present|
|CALIFORNIA PACIFIC SCHOOL OF LAW||LAW||JURIS DOCTORATE||1996|
|Fordham University||MEDIA/JOURNALISM||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1980|