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State Crimes A Team Backed By 100 Years of Experience 

Newport Beach State Crimes Defense Lawyers

Representing People in Orange County Accused of State Crimes

State offenses are crimes that fall under California jurisdiction, which means that they are punishable by mandated California law. Punishments for state crimes can be severe and can potentially lead to federal charges, depending on the case. Depending on the crime's severity, an individual can be arrested and jailed while waiting for a trial date. If you have been charged with a state crime, the attorneys at Corrigan Welbourn Stokke, APLC can help you. We have over 100 years of collaborative experience, which equips us to develop strong defenses on behalf of our clients. We have handled high profile cases involving political figures, law enforcement officials, lawyers, and celebrities.

Our founding attorneys started their careers as prosecutors and have spent their entire legal careers focused on criminal law. Therefore, our lawyers are able to build a comprehensive and proactive strategy for each case they handle.

Don’t hesitate to contact our state crime defense attorneys today for a free consultation at (949) 251-0330!

California Misdemeanor Charges

Penalties for misdemeanor charges may vary depending on the case. However, the jail time for a misdemeanor is a maximum of one year in California. Penalties may also include fines up to $1,000. However, there are other consequences that you may experience due to a misdemeanor conviction. For example, conviction can interfere with your ability to secure employment, find housing, and cause other complications. For that reason, it is vital to have an experienced attorney fight for your rights. Our state crime defense attorneys may be able to help you reduce or even dismiss your charges.

California Felony Charges

Felonies are more serious crimes than misdemeanors, which result in more severe penalties. Penalties may include incarceration and in extreme cases, capital punishment. Any person facing felony charges is required to serve at least 1 year in prison.

Work with Our Newport Beach State Crime Defense Lawyers

If you have been charged with state crimes, your future and freedom are at stake. Therefore, it is vital to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney who can help you get the best possible results for your case. The attorneys at Corrigan Welbourn Stokke have over 100 years of collective experience helping people accused of state crimes throughout Orange County. We have handled high profile cases and have extensive trial experience that helps us develop strong defenses for our clients. All of our attorneys are former prosecutors, which means that we understand the strategies that the other side will attempt to use against you. We use a team-oriented, collaborative approach to ensure that our clients have the representation they need.

Contact our Newport Beach state crime defense attorneys today for a free case evaluation at (949) 251-0330!

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Client Success Stories

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Case Results
  • Reduced to a Misdemeanor Battery with Serious Bodily Injury Reduced to a Misdemeanor
  • Dismissed Attempted Murder Charges Dismissed
  • Charges Dismissed Charges Dismissed in Felony Embezzlement of Airplane Case
  • Dismissed Domestic Violence and Probation Violations dismissed
  • Dismissed DUI Charges Dismissed
  • Misdemeanor and no Jail DUI with Great Bodily Injury Reduced to a Misdemeanor and no Jail
  • Dismissed Felony Domestic Violence and False Imprisonment Charges Dismissed
  • Reduced Felony DUI with Great Bodily Injury case to be reduced to misdemeanor
  • Dismissed Hung Jury in Re-trial of Penalty Phase of Death Penalty Trial
  • Reduced Misdemeanor DUI case reduced to a speeding ticket