Attorneys at Chew Law have years of experience and favorable outcomes in serious felony cases. We have successfully defended adults and juveniles accused of major crimes in San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda, Marin, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma counties. Felonies are the most serious charges a person can face and carry the toughest penalties, including state prison or even the death penalty. A felony conviction can mean losing your ability to work in certain industries, obtain professional licenses, secure college financial aid, or own a firearm. It is crucial that you have an attorney who is experienced and skilled. If you are accused of a felony crime, you have the legal right not to talk to police. Call Chew Law Offices immediately at (415) 484-0906 or email us at email@example.com.
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Some of the felonies we handle include:
- DUI with serious bodily injury
- Major fraud, theft and computer crimes
- Probation violations
- Serious gun-related offenses
- Hit and run
RELATED SUCCESS STORIES
Juvenile charged as an adult, faces deportation
Case: Our client, a 15-year-old undocumented immigrant, was charged as an adult for allegedly stabbing a man in a Financial District alley. He faced 12 years in state prison. The head of the San Francisco District Attorney’s Gang Unit was personally prosecuting his case.
Results: Our office was able to get the case reassigned to juvenile court, allowing the client to avoid a “strike” and to stay in the country.
DUI with great bodily injury
Case: Our client was charged with DUI with great bodily injury following a car accident in San Mateo County. The complaining witness was hospitalized for several days and was briefly in a coma.
Results: Case dismissed after our office successfully argued that the district attorney failed to prove his client was driving or that the victim suffered great bodily injury connected to the accident.