Former Chino Hills High School teacher Justin Wallin is facing criminal charges for having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
Justin Wallin who was arrested in July of 2010 is free on a $100,000 bail. His next court date is scheduled for January 7th 2011 to face criminal charges.
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You're charged with a crime in Rancho Cucamonga. You ask your friends and family about a criminal defense attorney and come up short. Then you search the internet. You see a long list of Rancho Cucamonga criminal defense attorneys and wonder which one is best for you. Even then, it's a bad economy and the cost of a Rancho Cucamonga attorney is not cheap. If you are one of the lucky ones who's been un harmed by this economy the price of a criminal lawyer might not apply, but it might still be a consideration.
While this situation may or may not be yours it's a common situation we hear at the Law Offices of Marc Grossman. We have strong relationships with Rancho Cucamonga attorneys and have a long history of handling cases with in the Rancho Cucamonga Court Room. This is the edge a criminal defendant needs to provide a concrete strategy for their case.
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If you have spent any time visiting other attorney websites you'll see the words aggressive, honest and even tag lines such as "we fight for you". In the attorney world this means, we don't give up. With a criminal case you need someone that doesn't give in to the opposing counsel. Someone that sticks to their strategy and has the experience to go to trial if you need them. We are those attorneys.
How much does a criminal defense attorney in Rancho Cucamonga cost?
Hiring an attorney is not like ordering fast food. There's (in the matter of criminal law) not a set price for a case type. The prices at the Law Offices of Marc Grossman are competitive.
Why should you hire us?
The Law Offices of Marc Grossman believe in a team philosophy. The drawback of working with a single Rancho Cucamonga attorney is you get one strategy. With only one perspective on a case you run a higher risk of losing your case; ever hear of two heads are better than one? For a 4 office law firm our prices are below average. We keep our prices competitive because a majority of our business is through word of mouth. The more cases we successfully handle the more people within our community refer business to us. We offer Free Initial Consultations. Schedule a FREE initial consultation today by callling 888-407-9068
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Violence & Theft Crimes
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- Negligent Homicide
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- Child Abuse and Domestic Violence
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- Resisting Arrest and False Statements to Law Enforcement
- Restitution Cases and Post Conviction Relief
- Criminal Damage and Trespassing
- Forfeiture Cases and Professional License Defense
Alcohol & Drug Crimes
- DUI and DWI
- Violation of Probation
- Drug Possession Offense
- Drug Sales Offense
White Collar Crimes
- Theft and Embezzlement
- Money Laundering and Extortion
- Organized Crime
- Grand Jury Advisement
- Tax Evasion
- Intellectual Property Fraud
Just because you've been charged with a crime doesn't mean that you're convicted! At the Law Offices of Marc Grossman we fight for you. The statement "We Fight For You" is the motto of our Law Firm, because our business is dependent upon winning cases. If you have been charged with a crime you should understand that, when it comes to criminal defense you need an aggressive, non wavering attorney to handle your case because in a criminal case it's your story vs. the Rancho Cucamonga courts.
Our lead attorney Marc Grossman has a long track record of successful cases where he earned the reputation of a fighter within the Rancho Cucamonga community. "
The main reason why you should consider our law firm is that we work as a team, not individuals. You'll realize this once you visit our Law Firm for the first time. Most law firms have attorneys with one point of view handle your case, but you have to understand that criminal cases involve strategy and knowledge of the law. In a more complicated case all our attorneys can get together to discuss the law and your criminal case strategy.
While searching the internet for a Rancho Cucamonga criminal lawyer consider your case first--is it a DUI, a simple drug offense or are you convicted of drug trafficking--will determine the criminal defense lawyer you should hire. Our Law Firm can handle most small cases, but where we shine is within the bigger crimes.
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Last month the FBI and IRS had conducted searches of Upland City Hall and the home of Upland's mayor John Pomierski. While the details of the search warrants were closed by a federal judge The San Bernardino Sun reports that along with Upland City Hall and the Upland mayor's home, Venture West Capital, a mortgage company located at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, and JH Builders in Upland were also searched.
"What (the FBI) were pursuiing didn't involve the city of Upland as a target or focus," said City Attorney William Curley.
While details behind the FBI's search warrant are still unknown, criminal charges have not been filed in this case.
The Law Offices of Marc Grossman is a Upland Criminal Defense Law Firm. We also serve as Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Defense Attorneys.
If you or someone you know have been charged with a crime contact the Law Offices of Marc Grossman for a Free Initial Consultation 888-407-9068
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An off-duty police officer and corrections officer pleaded not guilty to criminal charges Wednesday in a woman's alleged kidnapping and rape Saturday. Anthony Nicholas Orban and Jeff Thomas Jelinek, both 30, appeared in West Valley Superior Court wearing green jail scrubs, indicating they're being housed in protective custody.
Both men potentially face life prison sentences if convicted of criminal charges filed this week, which include kidnapping, rape, sodomy and other felonies. Orban, a detective at the Westminster Police Department, is accused of kidnapping a 25-year-old woman at random at the Ontario Mills mall, then raping her at gunpoint in the parking lot of a Fontana commercial center.
In Rancho Cucamonga A corrections officer(Jelinek) and off duty Westminster police office (Orban) plead not guilty to kidnapping and rape that occured at Ontario Mills on Saturday. Anthony Nicholas Orban and Jeff Thomas Jelineck appeared in West Valley and face life in prison sentences.
According to an investigation by the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley along with California Watch, DUI sobriety checkpoints throughout Southern California are starting to turn into cash cows for our law enforcement officials, who are more than likely to seize the automobile of an unlicensed motorist rather than an intoxicated driver.
Impounds from the checkpoints generated roughly $40 million in towing fees and police fines in 2009. The investigation found that police officers received about $30 million in overtime pay while on duty at the checkpoints.
Most of the impounded vehicles where those belonging to minorities—majority being illegal immigrants, the investigation also found that:
- DUI checkpoints and screenings were common at, within, or near Hispanic neighborhoods. Checkpoints and screenings at these neighborhoods are more than likely to seize three times more cars than cities with small minority populations. Law enforcement officials at South Gate, which has a Hispanic population of 92 percent, seized an average of 86 vehicles per operation this past fiscal year.
- Although the seizure of vehicles at DUI checkpoints are supposed to focus on intoxicated drivers, seizures today appear to be defying a 2005 federal appellate court ruling, which is that law enforcement officials are not allowed to impound cars because the driver does not have a license. Law enforcement officials at DUI checkpoints are seizing more and more cars every year. In 2009, more than 24,000 vehicles were impounded at checkpoints. Vehicle seizures also went up by 53 percent when compared to 2007.
- DUI checkpoints are starting to become over flooded with law enforcement officials, who are all receiving overtime. At each checkpoint last year, the Moreno Valley Police Department in Riverside County had an average of 38 law enforcement officials, which is six times more than what the federal guidelines state. About 50 other local agencies throughout California have had an average of 20 law enforcement officials or more at each checkpoint, averaging three DUI arrests every night.