Law Office of Jimmy Cha
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I had several misdemeanor probation violations, failure to appears, prior pleas that included jail time, several traffic tickets, with fees amounting to over $10,000, and about 2 years of jail hanging over my head in 2 different counties. He was able to recall all my warrants and failure to appears, reduce my fees and fines, and prevent me from having probation violations. Over all a great lawyer!!!Feb 3, 2015
Great Lawyer! Although there are many lawyers out there, very few will actually get you results. Throughout the whole process he kept me informed of my situation and what I was up against. My biggest pet peeve is when people don't return my calls, however, Mr. Cha either always answered his phone or he called me back the same day. What I look for in a good lawyer is: communication & results. If you're facing any legal issues go with Jimmy Cha FOR THE WIN!Oct 8, 2011
License Type: Attorney (CA)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?All attorneys must complete a certain amount of continuing legal education courses. I usually attend one or two DUI seminars a year, depending on how much DUI laws have changed, along with drug seminars, and any other seminars that I believe I need to educate myself on.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Make sure the attorney you are talking to is easy to get a hold of. Talk to them, see if it seems like they are trying to rush you and just take your money. Remember, if you cannot trust your attorney, no matter what he does for you, you'll never be satisfied. Ask what the attorney's legal background is and make sure he/she exclusively practices criminal defense.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Often times, clients see us in court in front of a judge for a short period of time and think that is all we do. What clients do not see is the other 90%. In our offices, we actually read police reports, look up case law, dissect and evaluate the case, write motions, and come up with a strategy on how to handle a particular case so we will be prepared when we walk into court.