Drug Arrests: What Happened During Your Investigation?

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on March 1, 2014 · 0 comments

in California Law, Drug Offenses, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego

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Drug arrests are often the product of personal vendettas — the work of so-called “friends” who planted drugs in your home or car to get even with you for a previous slight.

A traffic stop for DUI may have originated when police mistook a malfunction with your car, difficult driving on dangerous roads or weather-related erratic driving for drunk driving.

The reason behind your arrest on a theft or assault charge could actually be a case of mistaken identity.

Were you coerced into confessing to a crime you did not commit? Was your residence the target of illegal search and seizure? Did a defective or malfunctioning breathalyzer play a role in your distorted blood-alcohol content reading?

You’ll never know for sure whether you were coerced  into a confession, your home was illegally searched or a defective breathalyzer victimized you — unless an experienced criminal defense lawyer’s investigators get to the facts behind your brush with the law in California.

That skilled criminal lawyer can ensure that witnesses are interviewed, evidence is collected and analyzed, and police reports are examined for any sign of overreach that may have violated your rights.

Where can you find this kind of attention to detail and attentive personal service when a criminal arrest interrupts your life? The Law Office of Salvatore P. Ciulla in Santa Ana.

Sal Ciulla has cultivated solid connections to expert investigative resources who look carefully into every aspect of a serious criminal charge. He uses all relevant facts of your case to negotiate skillfully with prosecutors and attempt to achieve a reduction or dismissal of your charges.

If your case does go to trial, Mr. Ciulla anticipates and counters prosecution strategies. He assembles a detailed, persuasive presentation for your side of the story that resonates with judge and jury.

Sal Ciulla has more than 25 years experience and a track record of success for his clients. Contact his accomplished criminal defense law firm today to arrange your initial consultation. Call 714-542-0500 or send an email message from wherever you are in Orange County and Southern California.

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