San Diego criminal lawyer David P. Shapiro discusses his experiences in life which has led him into criminal defense and how these experiences can help you if you have been charged with a crime.
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April 26th, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. I was arrested and spent time in jail for a crime I admittedly did commit. I was scared for my future. Was I going to have to stay in jail, if so, for how long? How was I going to explain this to my family back in New York? Was this arrest and possible conviction going to put an end to my dream of becoming an attorney? You may have similar questions you need answered. I was young and unfamiliar with the inner workings of the legal system. I had no idea what to expect. I've experienced the stress and the fear of having my future hanging in the balance. I've been there, I lived through it, so can you. My name is David P Shapiro and I've been a criminal defense lawyer in San Diego since 2007. I've assembled a team who all share my passion and vision for providing clear, unparalleled guidance throughout the criminal court process for you. For over 10 years I've been representing individuals throughout Southern California, particularly in San Diego's federal and state courts. I have extensive experience handling drug offenses, domestic violence, sexual assault, DUI, theft, and pretty much every type of case imaginable. From the most basic misdemeanors to the most serious and complex felonies. I've represented people just like you, teachers, nurses, service members, small business owners, and day laborers. Each day I put myself in your shoes. I've seen first hand how hiring the right attorney at the right time can make all the difference in the outcome of a criminal case. That's what has fueled this firm's ability to obtain and continue to maintain a stellar reputation with judges and prosecutors. That is our greatest asset to you. My firm helps good people just like you get through bad situations and regain control of their future when charged with a crime.