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Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney

The Greater Los Angeles area is a major metropolitan area. Considering this fact, it comes as no surprise that the Los Angeles Superior Court system is a large and complex system with a myriad of court locations. If you are facing criminal charges in the Los Angeles area, you are going to want to work with an experienced Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer who knows the ins and outs of the local court system. This is exactly what we offer at Tyler & Wilson, LLP, which handles cases in courts located all over the L.A. area. Because we regularly handle cases in these courthouses, we are familiar with their procedures, judges and personnel. This knowledge combined with our experience and personalized service makes Tyler & Wilson, LLP a strong choice for your legal counsel.

Below is a list of courts we serve in. Please choose one from the list below to learn more about how we can help you with your case.

About the L.A. Court System

Los Angeles Superior Courts serve as the trial courts of general and limited jurisdiction cases. In the area of criminal cases, courts in this system with general jurisdiction can handle felony offenses that can result in prison sentences or death sentences, according to the Los Angeles Superior Court website. Meanwhile, courts with Limited jurisdiction cases handle misdemeanors offenses that can result in up to one year in jail and fines of up to $1,000, as well as infractions that only lead to fines. These courts can also handle preliminary hearings for felony cases.

If you are being accused of a crime, make sure you get the appropriate level of legal protection. A lack of strong representation in your case can place you at greater risk of being convicted. Contact a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney from Tyler & Wilson, LLP so that you can have the legal guidance and advocacy you need at your court hearing!

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