Why a Criminal Law Specialist?

Why a Criminal Specialist?

Not every criminal defense attorney is a Criminal Law Specialist. In the state of California, there are actually only a few hundred specialists out of about 150,000 attorneys who practice criminal law. Certified Criminal Law Specialists are deemed as such by the State Bar Association and are distinguished from their peers by their level of education, expertise, and performance in the field.

To speak with a Certified Criminal Law Specialist, please contact Grech & Packer today.

What Does Certification Mean?

Certification as a Specialist in Criminal Law means the attorney has:

  1. Passed a written examination
  2. Exhibited a high level of criminal law experience
  3. Completed requirements for continuing education
  4. Received favorable evaluations from judges and peers

What a Criminal Law Specialist Can Do For You

Being charged with a criminal offense can have life changing consequences. If you have been accused of a crime, you need to have a proven and competent professional on your side who is familiar with the intricacies of criminal law and can devise the best defense strategy given the particular circumstances of your case.

Specifically, a Certified Criminal Law Specialist can:

  1. Provide you with sound and comprehensive legal advice
  2. Vigorously defend and protect your rights throughout the entire legal process
  3. Help ensure you obtain the best outcome possible

Protect Your Freedom & Your Rights

At Grech & Packer, we have a Certified Criminal Law Specialist on staff who’s committed to helping those who have been charged with a crime protect their legal rights and freedom. We have extensive experience handling a wide range of criminal law cases including DUI, rape, white-collar crimes, murder and more. If you’ve been charged with a crime, we can help you.

For a FREE, no obligation consultation with a Criminal Law Specialist who can evaluate your case and help you determine the best course of action, please contact us today .



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    $200,000 for excessive force used during client’s detention.

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