Experienced Law Firm in Southern California

All too often in recent years, law enforcement sometimes gets it wrong regarding the actions they take against the alleged criminal actions of normal ordinary people. Rubinstein Law Group aims to ensure they don’t get away with it. The head of our criminal law firm in Southern California is a trial lawyer with a broad base of access and knowledge. As a former LA County Deputy DA Prosecutor, he
has the experience needed to take on even the toughest of criminal cases from a simple misdemeanor to more complex felonies. Your liberty matters and is critical to staying out of jail or prison.

We save money and time for our clients in our aggressive defense against the more than 100 law enforcement agencies in the Southern California area. We show up in court for you, and save your precious time at work or with loved ones. In a time where your life and liberty are at stake, nothing provides peace of mind like knowing you have an expert criminal lawyer fighting for your rights.
You’re entitled to a fair hearing and or trial with legally obtained evidence, and no one should get away with trying to give you otherwise.

Defense Attorneys Make a Difference

There are few legal areas where proper representation is more needed than criminal law. Having someone with decades of legal knowledge to advocate for you can make the difference in whether you face jail time, or how much of it you serve. Take a look at our attorney’s background, and you’ll see that he’s worked on hundreds of cases before. Turning to us means you receive clear answers and direction about the best route to take for your case.

What Does Criminal Law Entail?

Criminal law is, as its name suggests, the section of law that relates to crime. It proscribes conduct that’s perceived as threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to people’s health, safety, property, and moral welfare of people. Most criminal law is established by statute, which is to say that a legislature enacts the laws, and it includes provisions for punishing and rehabilitating people who violate it.

Criminal law varies according to jurisdiction and differs from civil law, where the emphasis is more on resolving disputes and compensating victims. Criminal procedure is a formalized official activity that authenticates the fact of commission of a crime and authorizes the punitive or rehabilitative treatment of the offender. Our defense attorney is here to aid you in either avoiding the punitive aspect or lightening it for you as much as possible.

No one should have to face the law alone. Contact our office, and you won’t have to.