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At The Gordon Law Group, our vast experience with diverse advocacy disciplines allows us to fully navigate the institutions and processes surrounding the criminal justice process. Our role is to be your loyal and fierce advocates to ensure your rights are always protected. We work toward your goals in everything we do to prepare a strong defense on your behalf.
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Our San Jose criminal defense attorneys take the time to thoroughly review your case and help you learn your options. In any complex matter, we are your partners, helping to guide you through an otherwise scary legal process. By independently investigating your matter, we will assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case, apply our in-depth knowledge of the law, and build a potentially winning case strategy. In any litigation matter, understanding how, where, and when to attack the State’s case is paramount. The combination of our institutional knowledge of police practices, legal mechanics, and courtroom skill makes The Gordon Law Group more than formidable in any action.
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When hiring a skilled San Jose criminal defense lawyer to represent you, it’s important to hire as early as possible in the process. With every day that passes we lose opportunities to implement the strongest possible defense on your behalf. Our firm is committed to giving a voice to people who are ignored and treated as less than because they have been charged by their government with a crime. We will never back down from giving you the compassionate and aggressive legal help you need.
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If you find yourself facing a crime that will be tried at the felony level, seek intelligent legal representation as soon as possible. At The Gordon Law Group, we quickly mobilize to build your defense, knowing that a felony conviction can bring a lifetime of consequences for our clients.
A drug crime involves the possession, distribution, or manufacturing of any substance that is either banned or limited at the state and federal levels. Some cases are fairly straightforward, such as when the arresting officer allegedly found contraband on your person. Others are more complex.
A DUI charge can bring long-term consequences if not handled properly. The courtroom is not kind to those charged with a DUI and a conviction affects more than just your record. Your insurance rates will go up, you may lose your license for a time, and you may have to rebuild trust in many of your professional and social relationships.
If convicted of a sex crime, you may face consequences that haunt you for the rest of your life. You will be required to publicly register as a sex offender, revoking your right to privacy as you yearly file your address and name with the registry. Applying for jobs and housing may be difficult, as employers and landlords have a natural prejudice against registered sex offenders.
If you are under the age of 18, you will generally be charged as a minor. Some serious crimes may result in adult charges, though those situations are specific to particular circumstances. Our team is well-versed in juvenile offenses and is equipped to guide you through this time.
Professionals who commit a nonviolent, illegal act can be charged with what is known as a "white collar crime." Usually, these crimes deal with finances. Most white collar crimes can be difficult to trace, for they are conducted by intelligent professionals.
Sometimes, violent crimes accusations are not straightforward. Evidence fades and witnesses change their testimonies, making it essential for you to quickly retain experienced legal representation. We fight for you even when you can't stand up for yourself.
Depending on the value of the item that was allegedly stolen, a theft crime is charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony. We recommend that, even if you are being charged with a lesser crime, you still take your case as equally serious. Consequences for a misdemeanor can be just as inconvenient as a felony conviction, and have a weighty impact on your future.