What Does "Board Certified" Mean?
Retain a Distinguished Riverside Criminal Defense Attorney
When you are charged with a crime, one of the first things you may notice
is that you have seemingly endless choices for defense representation.
Many of these attorneys can promise service and results, but few of them
have actually been board certified as a criminal law specialist by The
State Bar of California. Our founding attorney,
Paul Grech, is one of those attorneys.
If you have been charged with a criminal offense, get counsel you know
has the knowledge and resources to navigate your case.
Contact our firm today.
What is "Board Certified?"
The State Bar of California has its own Board of Legal Specialization.
For an attorney to be recognized as a specialist in their area of the
law, they must apply and be tested by The Board of Legal Specialization.
Along with an examination, there are several requirements and considerations
the board will take into account when evaluating an attorney.
Board certified attorneys must display:
- Impeccable ethics
- Valuable experience
- Extensive and continuing education
- Superb examination scores
- Overall excellence in their field
If an attorney candidate displays all of the following, then they may become
a board certified specialist. These attorneys represent the very best
the bar membership has to offer and the highest standard of legal knowledge
and insight in their given practice area.
We Are Prepared to Help You
At Grech & Packer, we understand that you have a choice in your defense
counsel. Ensure that your representation has the ability to expertly parse
your legal options, protect your rights, and ensure that you are given
every consideration before the law.
We're ready to assist you today. Contact us to schedule a
case evaluation now.