Seppi Esfandi

Glendale, Ca Criminal Defense Attorney

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Glendale California Criminal Defense

Attorney Seppi Esfandi has been turning tough criminal cases into success stories for over 16 years in Glendale, California. If you are facing criminal charges, you stand to lose your freedom, liberty and personal assets. The stakes are simply too high to leave your criminal defense representation to just any Criminal Lawyer.

Criminal Defense ‘Expert’

Seppi Esfandi is not your average criminal defense attorney. He’s also an Expert in Criminal Law. What is an expert? An expert is one of only 70 hand-picked attorneys and is ranked among the top 5% of attorneys in the greater Los Angeles area. Esfandi was born and raised in Los Angeles and graduated from the UCLA School of Law.

We Handle All Criminal Cases

Whether you are facing a federal or state charge for white collar, DUI, theft or violent crime, we have the skills, experience and judgment needed to help you avoid the upending experience of facing a guilty verdict and a jail or prison sentence.

To get started with your representation, please contact our office right away. There is virtually no criminal case we cannot handle.

Call Now 310-274-6529, for a free consultation.

Need Help Getting Out of Jail?

People arrested in Glendale are booked at the Glendale City Jail, the third busiest jail in Los Angeles County. All criminal cases are heard at the Glendale Courthouse (a branch of the Los Angeles County Superior Court) located at 600 East Broadway, Glendale, CA 91206.

After being booked you will be required to make a court appearance.  If the incident was a serious felony then you will likely appear before a judge for arraignment within 48-hours of being booked.  If the incident was a minor crime like a misdemeanor then you will likely be arraigned within 2 to 3 weeks.

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Arraignment

At your arraignment you will be informed of the charges against you and will be asked enter a plea of either: guilty, not guilty, or no contest.  During arraignment the judge will also determine the specifics of your bail, or grant you permission to leave on your own recognizance.

Following your arraignment you will be asked to appear at a later date. The second meeting will be the Pretrial Conference.  During this meeting your criminal defense lawyer will discuss the details of your case with the district attorney in an attempt to resolve the issue without going to trial.  If a deal can be struck then your sentencing will commence. On the other hand, if the two sides cannot come to a ‘deal’ then your case will go to trial.

Early Intervention

One of Mr. Esfandi’s specialties is early intervention. Early intervention refers to the time between a defendant being arrested and their charges being filed. Seppi Esfandi is an expert at contacting the prosecuting agency and convincing them that there is insufficient evidence to successfully prosecute. By utilizing an early intervention expert it’s possible to have a case dismissed without any effect on one’s criminal record.

A criminal arrest is not something you should or can take lightly. Not only do you stand to face a number of legal penalties, but you could also face other consequences as well. We represent people accused of misdemeanors, felonies in Glendale and throughout Los Angeles County.

Call Now 310-274-6529, for a free consultation.

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Great lawyer! Great people working with him! Jorge was amazing. Very responsive, informative, and always answers calls, emails, or texts. Willing to listen and help! Highly recommend!!!! Top notch!

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How to Win Your Case

We cannot stress enough that you read, understand and follow these 10 basic rules if you are criminally charged or under investigation:

  1. Don’t ever talk to the police
  2. Do not discuss your case with anyone
  3. Everything you tell your lawyer is confidential
  4. Tell police you need to contact your attorney
  5. Never consent to any search by the police
  6. If the police knock on your door, don't answer!
  7. Realize the consequences of a criminal conviction
  8. Your lawyer (not you) will contact any witnesses
  9. Information on your cell phone is evidence
  10. Early Intervention is the key

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