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Michael Berg

Criminal Lawyer Sacramento Defense Attorney

Sacramento Criminal Lawyer

An Attorney Who Will Take Your Criminal Charge as Seriously as You Do

There are numerous options for your criminal defense attorney in Sacramento. So if you are facing criminal charges, it is important to ask yourself what you are looking for. Are you looking for an attorney who has handled a wide variety of cases with experience defending against the specific charge you are facing? Are you looking for an attorney who handles his own cases and motion writing, rather than someone who will shuffle you off to a junior associate once you’ve signed the dotted line? Are you looking for an attorney who will take your criminal charge as seriously as you do, who will focus on small details such as proper filing and requests as if they are of the utmost importance?

  • Domestic violence, including restraining order violations
  • Drug crimes
  • DUI
  • Embezzlement
  • Sex crimes, including rape, child molestation, and illegal downloading of pornography
  • Theft, including shoplifting

All too often, individuals charged with DUI or another crime plead guilty because they feel they bear some responsibility in the events that occurred. However, criminal convictions can carry significant and life-altering negative consequences, many of which you may not be anticipating. A criminal defense attorney will help you understand the penalties that you are facing and the options that may be available to you. Don’t speak to the police or the prosecution until you have spoken with a criminal lawyer.

An Experienced and Resourceful Attorney!

A Certified Specialist in Criminal Law

Michael Berg


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