Being accused or arrested for a crime in Cathedral City can be an overwhelming experience. Whether this is your first alleged criminal offense or you have a long history of criminal activity, a conviction on your record could negatively affect your life for years to come. One of the best ways for Cathedral City defendants to put themselves in a position to obtain a favorable case outcome is to contact a skilled Riverside legal professional. An experienced lawyer will fully evaluate your case circumstance, determine whether evidence obtained could be deemed inadmissible, as well as help you to better understand your options.
At MacGregor & Collins, LLP, our criminal lawyers have more than forty years of combined experience assisting Riverside locals with their criminal offenses. Many of those who contact our firm believe that their situation is helpless, but after a free consultation we have been able to shed light on their case and uncover opportunities to be successful. Call or fill out our contact form to find out how one of our dedicated defense lawyers can help you preserve your freedom.
Cathedral City Criminal Offenses
When compared to averages throughout the United States, Cathedral City has a large number of property and violent crimes occurring on a monthly basis. The area is prone to DUI, domestic violence, burglaries, and drug crimes. Methamphetamine is a particularly difficult problem for those addicted to drugs in and around Cathedral City which has been motive for countless criminal offenses over the last decade.
The following are criminal offenses for which we have represented Cathedral City locals:
Whether you were arrested and or charged with the previously mentioned crimes or you are facing something else, a MacGregor & Collins, LLP attorney can help you. Many of those who seek our services are unaware that they have the ability to fight their charges and call the prosecutor’s evidence into question. Randy Collins, firm partner, recently obtained a not guilty verdict for a client who confessed to drug sale charges to police officers at the scene. Attorney Collins was later able to convince the Jury that the officers pressured his client into providing incriminating information which led to him making false statements. Attorney Collins’ client received a not guilty verdict for possession with intent to sell heroin and methamphetamine despite his client’s confession and thousands of dollars worth of drugs seized.
Cathedral City Legal Assistance
Those facing criminal charges in Cathedral City are invited to contact our law firm and obtain a free case evaluation with one of our experienced legal professionals. We will provide you with a consultation that could help you avoid common pitfalls that criminal offenders fall victim too. Call 949-250-6097 or fill out our form to get help now.