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State Board certified specialist with 13 year record defending DUI cases.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Specialist - Criminal Law||State Bar of California||2016|
|Assistant Public Defender||Los Angeles County Office Of Public Defender||2001 - 2010|
|University of California - Los Angeles||N/A||Undergraduate||N/A|
|University of California at Los Angeles School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
Posted by Amanda
I am so grateful for Seppi Esfandi. When I was being investigated for a felony I hired Seppi to represent me. After he talked to the police they rejected to file charges against me because of Seppi. I am forever grateful to him for saving me. I was so scared to have a criminal record and go to jail but it didn't happen. I would never use any other lawyer than Seppi.
Thanks again, Amanda.
Posted by Miguel
I highly recommend Seppi Esfandi he is very professional as well as his staff. Seppi has represented me and my brother in a couple of cases and he never fails, he is very trustworthy and always does what he promises. Seppi has changed our lives i really appreciate him as a person and as a lawyer much respect to him and his law firm. Next time I have legal issues I will always look for Seppi because I trust him and you should too.
Peter Depew, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Seppi is extremely knowledgeable and well-connected across a range of areas. He is one of the few high-profile LA attorneys who knows how to communicate with any client who might come into the office. He also maintains a comprehensive website that people from all-across the state use to find answers to a variety of legal questions. In 2015, I personally witnessed Seppi handle a case in which a young man was alleged to have been found with several kilograms of narcotics upon arrival at LAX from Mexico - that young man avoided charges in both state and federal court, he kept his green card, and homeland security agents personally returned his cellphones to the office upon Seppi’s request.