Lynwood Criminal Lawyers

When you have been arrested for a criminal offense, you may be scared, confused and not be sure where to turn. Lynwood criminal lawyers, Farar & Lewes are there to guide you through the trauma of a criminal arrest and offer you advice on the best way to handle the charges against you.

Police officers make mistakes just like in any other industry and a recent case in the Lynwood area demonstrates the importance of a qualified, knowledgeable attorney. In June 2013, Los Angeles County agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who as charged with possession of drugs for sale in 2009. A sheriff’s deputy has been charged with lying about finding drugs in a patrol car where the woman was riding. This is evidence that anyone arrested must discuss their options with an experienced criminal attorney as soon as possible.

Farar & Lewis have experience in many different criminal practice areas, including:

  • Assault and Battery
  • Burglary and Robbery
  • Child Pornography
  • Conspiracy
  • Counterfeit Substances
  • Federal Offenses
  • Felonies
  • Immigration
  • Internet Crimes
  • Misemeanor
  • Mortgage Fraud

No matter what crime you or a loved one have been charged with, Farar & Lewis can help.

The Law Firm of Farar & Lewis has over 70 years of combined legal experience helping those charged with criminal offenses.

  • Joel D. Farar founded the firm and is regarded as a leading authority in trial and litigation law. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, open only to attorneys who have successfully negotiated a verdict or settlement of $1 million or more.
  • Justin Farar, a native of southern California, is also an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. He is known to work tirelessly to see that his clients get the justice they deserve.
  • Steve Sitkoff began his legal career as a district attorney, prosecuting criminals in downtown Los Angeles courts. Between 1983 and 1994, he prosecuted many different cases, with specialties in felony DUI and sex crimes. Because of his background as a prosecutor, he has a unique perspective on defending those charged with crimes. Steve also spent time as a commissioner of the Los Angeles County Superior Court for the 1994-1995 term, where he made binding decisions related to criminal matters.

Clients call the Farar & Lewis Law Firm “angels in suits.” As one client explained, they didn’t know what they were going to do after being charged with a crime. They were scared and ashamed, but said that they were treated with the utmost respect throughout the process. The client said that the firm handled the case with knowledge and experience, gaining them the best outcome possible.

The attorney who represents you in a criminal case may be more important than the crime you have been charged with committing. A criminal conviction can cost you your freedom, considerable amounts of money, your job and your reputation. Some convictions can require you to register with local police when you relocate to a new city, and the registration is a lifetime requirement. A criminal conviction can also prevent you from obtaining some types of employment in the future. You could even be prevented from getting funding for a new business or licensed for certain types of positions.

Farar & Lewis have represented clients who have been charged with offenses serious enough that they were facing life sentences. The experience, knowledge and attention to detail at the firm, however, prevented them from such harsh sentences. In many cases, the actions of Farar & Lewis resulted in the charges being reduced to a much lower offense, and, in some cases, acquittal on all charges.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a criminal offense, contact the Farar & Lewis firm today to learn how we can help you. Your initial consultation is free and you are under no obligation. Contact us online today, or by phone at 800-615-6595 to see how we can help reduce your stress, relieve your worries and begin working to get you the best outcome possible in your criminal case.