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William M. Weinberg

William M. Weinberg

William M. Weinberg
  • Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI...
  • California
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Summary

I am committed to defending the constitutional rights of my clients. My practice is limited to criminal defense and I have always been on the side of the individual. I believe in our system. It is the best in the world and affords individuals rights they cannot obtain anywhere else on the globe.

My goal is simple: to obtain the best possible outcome for my clients. I have developed many relationships within the court system over the last 26 years and frequently put them to use on my client's behalf.

I believe that I can personalize my client's situation so that the court and opposing counsel can see the human side of our story, not just a dry and one-sided police report that contains many unsupported conclusions based upon limited facts.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Juvenile Law
  • White Collar Crime
Additional Practice Areas
  • Assault/Battery
  • Drug Offenses
  • Drunk Driving/Traffic Matters
  • Homicide Defense
  • Major Narcotics Offenses
  • Probation Violations
  • Sex Offenses
  • Three Strikes - Serious Felonies
  • Violations of Restraining Orders
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I base my fees on the client's problem, my years of experience and the client's financial circumstances.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
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9th Circuit
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U.S. District Court, Central District of California
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
William Weinberg
- Current
Education
Western State University College of Law
J.D.
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Chapman College
B.A. | English Literature
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Awards
Client's Choice Award
Avvo
Professional Associations
California State Bar # 164081
Member
Current
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Orange County Criminal Defense Bar Association
Member
Current
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California Attorneys for Criminal Justice
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Current
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California DUI Lawyers Association
Member
Current
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California Bar Foundation
Member
Current
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California Public Defenders Association
Member
Current
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Orange County Bar Association
Member
Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Strategies For Defending Gang Crimes
Aspatore
Multi-Topic Articles on Criminal Defense
California Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog
Speaking Engagements
Consider This, Family Planning Conference, Irvine, CA
Constitutional Law, Consider This
2010
Certifications
Member
California DUI Association
Legal Answers
11 Questions Answered

Q. Can a person be charge for an assault if there is a video of the assault but the victim (not domestic) does not press
A: It’s possible that the DA would proceed without the witness and just rely on the video as evidence of identity and the assault itself. I would highly recommend hiring an attorney and attempt to interview the alleged victim. Remember not to post any personal information on this website. It is public.
Q. I unknowly bought a stolen car I received a written bill of sale from saler Also driving on a suspend LIC And prior
A: If you have been charged, then hire an experienced attorney and show them the bill of sale and if your license is suspended then go to the DMV and get it cleared up. Many judges will dismiss with a fine if they're shown a valid license.
Q. Could I be charged if I take responsibility for someone else who's being charged for possession with intent to sell
A: Theoretically yes, though highly unlikely based upon the limited facts you've posted here. The DA will likely see this as a ploy to help someone else out, rather than taking actual responsibility.
Q. I was late to my surrender date was put back on calendar immediately will I get more time? Should I go to the police?
A: I doubt you'll get any more time. Contact the lawyer who represented you and appear with her/him.
Q. I'm facing a possession of meth for sale charge. Was detained in January charged in July, arrested in October.
A: You very much need an experienced lawyer to handle this and you shouldn't write any details on a public website. If the drugs and scales weren't in your room then your case should be dismissed.
Q. I was caught shoplifting twice 5 years ago I believe I have a warrant of my arrest in contra costa county.
A: A qualified attorney can get the warrant out of the system immediately. If it's merely a petty theft, you likely won't need any bail. Get it cleared up with either a private attorney or a public defender and see what you can do to get the charges dismissed.
Q. DA left jurors with witness that left instant negative afterthoughts towards the defendant . Tainted their thoughts
A: If the witness gave unfavorable testimony toward the defendant, then of course it will leave negative thoughts in the minds of the jury. If the jury was sleeping and the defendant's attorney didn't notify the court, there is little that can be done if the case is over and the behavior wasn't documented during trial.
Q. Okay I'm a resident of California my question is can I have a drug that was found in my car tested again a independe lab
A: You can ask for an independent analysis of the substance to see if it is what it's alleged to be. Labs charge around $150 or more for such a service. If you don't have an attorney, you should consult one in your area immediately.
Q. How do I prove I'm innocent when fighting a stolen vehicle case I don't have the license plate number or the VIN
A: It sounds like the case boils down to ID. Were you the person driving the car? If it's not registered to you and you didn't have permission to drive it, then you would need some other defense to the allegation. I wouldn't post too much information on this site, rather call an attorney and speak to them confidentially.
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Contact & Map
William Weinberg
19200 Von Karman Ave
#300
Irvine, CA 92612
USA
Telephone: (949) 474-8008
Fax: (949) 861-7445