College Student Crimes

College Student Crimes

Has your college or university-enrolled son or daughter been arrested for DUI, underage drinking, disorderly conduct, a property crime, theft crime, drug crime, sex crime or violent crime in Orange County?
If you are a California or out-of-state parent with a college student who is far from home, you are right to worry about your minor child if he or she has been arrested on or off campus.
For the calming assurance that your youngster’s rights are being protected by local representation in a California college town, and advocated for in court and out, and assisted with a student conduct board if expulsion or suspension are possibilities, you should contact the Law Office of Salvatore P. Ciulla in Santa Ana.
Sal Ciulla is a former prosecutor with decades of experience in juvenile law cases, a skilled defense lawyer who knows how to negotiate for reduction and dismissal of charges so that a negative outcome will not follow the student long-term — and damage educational, employment and housing prospects.

At this difficult time in your family’s life, you need a criminal defense attorney behind you with many years of successful service to past clients just like you, knowledge of the inner workings of our courts and a tradition of personal service that eases your concerns and spares you the expense of long-distance travel.

Whether the charge against your minor child is a relatively minor misdemeanor or so serious that prosecutors want to try him or her as an adult, our dedicated defense lawyer’s motto is “Just win.” Contact Sal Ciulla today to discuss the case in detail and in confidence. Call today to arrange your initial consultation. 714-542-0500. Or send an email message.

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