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Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney
Attorney James E. Silverstein

Welcome to the Law Offices of James E. Silverstein, home of the premier Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney. While I certainly hope that you or your loved one is not currently charged with, or under investigation for the commission of a crime in California, I want you to know that you and your family do not have to face that scary proposition alone if you are.

Whether you face felony or misdemeanor charges; a DUI or drug crimes charge including drug possession and trafficking; or medical marijuana possession with a medical marijuana defense ; and even if you are accused of committing a theft; or engaging in domestic violence, kidnapping, assault, battery, making a criminal threat, committing a homicide, or being a third-striker, James E. Silverstein's Los Angeles criminal defense firm will provide you with the aggressive and top-notch criminal defense representation you deserve.

I am a lawyer admitted to practice law in all of the Courts in the State of California. My Los Angeles-based criminal defense firm was established to help good people like you navigate successfully through the dark, confusing, and oftentimes frightening maze known as the California criminal justice system. This is accomplished utilizing innovative approaches, and by employing strategic criminal defense legal tactics which are narrowly tailored to meet your unique situation. I will personally meet with you, evaluate your case, determine whether your Miranda rights were violated, and together, we will formulate the proper winning approach for your case.

No matter what type of California criminal problem you face, I am a skilled criminal defense lawyer with the experience, knowledge, and tenacity to advocate your position, and defend you successfully against your criminal charges. I am a fighter, and I am prepared to fight vigorously and tirelessly for you, your rights, and your freedom. I am a respected criminal defense lawyer by my colleagues, the Prosecutors, and the Judges; my record of success speaks for itself.

In addition to criminal defense trials, I represent individuals on a wide-array of additional criminal matters. This representation includes post-conviction relief such as probation modifications, expungements, certificates of rehabilitation, pardons, and appeals. I do what needs to be done, whether it be constructing a winning legal challenge to your improper criminal conviction or sentence; or moving the court to terminate your probation early; or moving the court for a reduction of your charges and dismissal of your case through an expungement. My Los Angeles criminal defense firm will provide you with top-notch, professional criminal defense representation.

I invite you to explore my California Criminal Defense Website. I believe you will find it very informative and helpful during your difficult search for the right criminal defense lawyer.

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Are you in need of a skilled California criminal defense attorney to fight for you? Then contact the Law Offices of James E. Silverstein today for a free consultation!

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  • People v. JeffersonVan Nuys Court (City Attorney agrees to dismiss client's Hit and Run case after Mr. Silverstein points him to evidence he had not seen, which exonerated the Client). 2011
  • People v. Dykstra, Hymers, et. alSan Fernando Court (Mr. Silverstein successfully overcomes Client's P.C. 1275.1 Bail Hold, and persuades Judge to reduce Client's bail by $200,000 dollars. Client is the only one of three defendants to walk out of court a free person at the initial court hearing, while the other two were remanded into custody). 2011
  • People v. KennisAirport Court (Mr. Silverstein persuades Judge to reduce Client's alleged grand theft of over $100,000 to a misdemeanor, with credit for time served, and some community service). 2011
  • People v. RhodesBeverly Hills Court (Mr. Silverstein persuades District Attorney to reduce Client's alleged grand theft to a misdemeanor, with credit for time served, after Client repaid restitution). 2011
  • People v. VictorVan Nuys Court (Mr. Silverstein convinces City Attorney to reduce Client's misdemeanor theft and illegal possession of a handicap placard charges to an infraction after Client performs some community service). 2011
  • People v. HolbrookBeverly Hills Court (Mr. Silverstein persuades District Attorney to dismiss DUI charge and Client permitted to plead to simple reckless driving, a non-priorable, non-alcohol-related offense). 2011
  • People v. Assouline, 2010Van Nuys Court (Mr. Silverstein persuades City Attorney to dismiss misdemeanor assault, criminal threats, and vandalism charges; Client permitted to plead to a simple disturbing the peace, with no jail time) 2010
  • People v. GreaneySanta Clarita/Valencia Court (Client charged with First Degree Residential Burglary granted Probation and a live-in drug rehab program in lieu of State Prison by the Judge, over the District Attorney's objection, following an in-chamber conference). 2010
  • People v. GreaneySanta Clarita/Valencia Court (Client charged with First Degree Residential Burglary granted Probation and a live-in drug rehab program in lieu of State Prison by the Judge, over the District Attorney's objection, following an in-chamber conference). 2010
  • People v. TanizawaLos Angeles Metropolitan Court (Two Counts of Driving Under the Influence dismissed and Client permitted to plead to an Exhibition of Speed, following negotiations with the City Attorney). 2010
  • People v. InfanteSan Fernando Court (Client charged with Possession of Methamphetamine for Sale has case Dismissed after the Judge's grants Mr. Silverstein's Motion to Quash the Sheriff Department's faulty Search Warrant). 2010
  • People v. ValdezVan Nuys Court (District Attorney agrees to dismiss Client's Transportation of Marijuana case at Preliminary Hearing following Mr. Silverstein's presentation of a valid Medical Marijuana Defense pursuant to Proposition 215 and the Compassionate Use Act). 2010
  • People v. PriceDowntown Criminal Courts Building (City Attorney agrees to dismiss charges of Domestic Violence and permits Client, a Police Officer, to plead to Disturbing the Peace as an Infraction, thus allowing Client to avoid a criminal conviction and keep his job as a Police Officer). 2010
  • People v. LoveDowntown Criminal Courts Building (District Attorney agrees to reduce Felony Counterfeiting charges to a Misdemeanor time-served plea bargain after Client paid restitution and performed some community service). 2010
  • People v. SarnoffDowntown Criminal Courts Building (Client who was charged with felony evading arrest and driving under the influence, permitted to attend a drug rehab program following negotiations with the Judge, despite the District Attorney's insistance that the Client serve 1 year in the County Jail). 2009
  • People v. BandtLos Angeles Airport Court (felony check kiting charge reduced to a misdemeanor, and felony grand theft charge dismissed, when Client paid restitution up front; Client permitted to perform some community service in lieu of County Jail time). 2009
  • People v. NelsonHollywood Court (17 defendant trespassing case dismissed by the City Attorney following discussions held with Mr. Silverstein). 2009
  • People v. GomezSan Fernando Court (GBI allegation stricken from an assault with a deadly weapon charge following discussions with the prosecutor; thus entitling client to 50% custody credits instead of serving 85% for the commission of a violent felony) 2009
  • People v. ParlenLos Angeles Airport Court (felony, mult-victim grand theft suspect, with multiple theft-related prison priors, granted probation and given credit for time served with beach cleanup) 2009
  • People v. T. WilsonSanta Clarita (Valencia) Court (prosecutors only charge client with misdemeanor petty theft after discussions with Mr. Silverstein even though facts may have supported felony embezzlement charges; client ordered to pay restitution and given credit for time served.) 2009
  • People v. MaruvadaBeverly Hills Superior Court (misdemeanor disorderly conduct case dismissed) 2009
  • People v. AssoulineBeverly Hills Superior Court (misdemeanor weapons charges dismissed before trial when client completed some community service) 2008
  • People v. Wilson Los Angeles Van Nuys Superior Court (felony charges of impersonation of police officer and residential burglary reduced to misdemeanor trespass; defendant given credit for time served) 2008
  • People v. Siordia Inglewood Superior Court (felony charges of home invasion robbery, residential burglary, personal use of a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon, auto theft, and receiving stolen property dismissed; defendant would have faced 40 years in state prison if convicted) 2008
  • People v. ChevalierSanta Barbara Superior Court, Santa Maria branch (Felony conspiracy to possess over 50 pounds of marijuana for purpose of sales reduced to simple possession; defendant given credit for time served, and had over $47,000 in cash seized returned to him. 2008
  • People v. Rabadi Los Angeles Malibu Superior Court (misdemeanor domestic violence case reduced to simple disturbing the peace; defendant given credit for time served). 2008
  • People v. B. SiordiaNorwalk Superior Court (felony criminal threats charge reduced to simple assault; defendant given credit for time served). 2007
  • People v. KramerDowntown Criminal Courts Building (felony insurance fraud case with an alleged fraud of over $20,000 reduced to misdemeanor and dismissed after defendant completed some community service). 2007
  • People v. DodsonVan Nuys Superior Court (misdemeanor domestic violence case dismissed following not guilty jury verdict at trial). 2007
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