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North Park Criminal Defense Attorney

As San Diego’s up and coming hipster neighborhood North Park is home to a culturally diverse community of 80,276 people. This means that while driving south from University Heights all the way down to Juniper Canyon, you can appreciate the neighborhood’s diversity in the different restaurants, shops, and the various languages spoken at these locations. Understanding the composition of the neighborhood is important for a criminal defense firm to create a trust based relationship with the community. As a multicultural criminal defense law firm, Monder Law Group is dedicated to providing the residents of the North Park community with a legal representation that reflects their own diversity. We understand the value of providing you legal representation in your native language and for this reason we have ensured that our legal staff is multilingual. If you or a loved one are under investigation and need an explanation of the charges or if you have already been charged with a crime and want to be represented at your arraignment, you need to contact North Park Criminal Defense Attorney Vik Monder now at (619)405-0063.

Attorney Vik Monder’s Experience Makes All the Difference In Your Case

With your reputation, liberty, and future hanging on the balance, retaining a criminal defense firm is going to be one of the most important decisions you make in your life. Do not take this task lightly, there are two important factors that every defendant in the criminal justice system must consider before choosing the right attorney. First and foremost is the attorney’s experience handling your particular type of case. At Monder Law Group, our firm has years of experience handling all type of caseloads ranging from civilian and military DUIs, domestic violence, theft offenses, sex crimes to drugs and firearm cases. By successfully negotiating and trying vast types of criminal cases, attorney Vik Monder has perfected his research skills and obtained strategic trial experience to ensure the best possible outcome in your case. Secondly, when looking at an attorney’s experience you want to focus on his track record of success and the best way to obtain this is thru references. At Monder Law Group, we believe that attorney Vik Monder’s results speak for themselves. We invite you to read over our reviews on Monder Law Group Google + and on Monder Law Group, PC – Gaslamp San Diego, CA on Yelp. This way you can see for yourself what previous clients and other attorneys we have worked with in the past have to say about our legal services. You will find that at Monder Law Group we strive to establish trust with our clients by providing them with honest expectations, open communication, and delivering impressive results. Let us do the same for you, choose the right attorney and join our extensive list of satisfied clients by calling Attorney Vik Monder today at (619)405-0063.

You Must Make an Informed Decision

In considering the costs of obtaining legal representation, you must balance the quality of the legal representation that you are seeking and your personal economic situation. In some cases, the court may appoint a public defender to represent you if you cannot afford to hire private criminal defense attorney. While this option saves you money that you do not have to spend on retaining a criminal defense attorney, the problem with retaining a public defender is that they tend to have overwhelming caseloads which prevents them from dedicating time to your case. Ultimately, this results in you having very limited access to the public defender’s free legal services and you becoming the only advocate in your case. Whereas, if you retain a private criminal defense attorney, they will be able to devote time to the particular issues in your case and provide you with a full personalized legal representation at a cost. At Monder Law Group, we do not want you to make the mistake of settling for free limited legal representation for fear of your finances. We want to provide you with the opportunity to make an informed decision by giving you a free consultation. From the moment that you step into our office, we are prepared to offer our legal expertise to review your charges, discuss cost- effective strategies, and answer any questions that you might have. Together we will go over the written retainer agreement and explain the terms and costs of our representation. At Monder Law Group, we understand the struggle behind putting together the funds for your defense and will make sure that at all times you get the legal services that you worked so hard to pay for!

Monder Law Group is Centrally Located Downtown

There are two prosecutorial agencies responsible for trying cases out of North Park, the San Diego City Attorney’s Office and the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office. The City Attorney’s Office is located at 1200 Third Ave #1620 San Diego, CA 92101. The city attorneys are responsible for prosecuting any misdemeanor crimes within the city limits of San Diego. Misdemeanor crimes are minor offenses that are punishable by a fine up to $1,000, probation and/or a term in county jail for less than one year. Whereas the District Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting felony crimes within the city limits of San Diego. The District Attorney’s Office is located at 330 West Broadway #1300 San Diego, CA 92101. Felony crimes are serious offenses that are punishable by probation, a term in jail or state prison for at least one year. Both misdemeanor and felony cases that arise out of North Park will be heard in the Superior Court Central Courthouse located at 220 West Broadway San Diego, CA 92101. If you have received a criminal complaint requiring you to appear in the Superior Court Central Courthouse, you need a North Park Criminal Defense Attorney that is familiar with this courthouse. Monder Law Group is centrally located downtown at 424 F Street San Diego, CA 92101. We are only five minutes away from the City Attorney’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office, and the Central Courthouse. Given our physical proximity and daily presence in the business offices, criminal departments, and prosecutorial offices, we have established a close working relationship with the supervisors, investigators, prosecutors, paralegals, court clerks, bailiffs, and judges in the legal community of downtown San Diego.

Attorney Vik Monder’s Knowledge of the Superior Court Central Courthouse is Invaluable

Attorney Vik Monder’s daily interactions with the business offices located in the Central Courthouse have provided him with an understanding of which office handles what aspect of a criminal case, where certain court forms are located, how and when each business office prefers documentation to be filed. If handling a misdemeanor case, Attorney Vik Monder’s points of contact will be the City Attorney’s Office and the business office in Room 1001 of the Central Courthouse. If working on a felony case or wanting to look up records, Attorney Vik Monder’s points of contact will be the District Attorney’s Office and the business office in Room 2005 of the Central Courthouse. If a case involves criminal supervision, Attorney Vik Monder’s points of contact will be Probation Services and the business office in Room 2014 of the Central Courthouse. Knowing the different points of contact within the business offices of the Central Courthouse allows for efficient filing, records check, and obtaining copies of court files. An experienced criminal defense attorney must also know his way around the different criminal departments in the Central Courthouse. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor from the City Attorney’s Office, your arraignment hearing and pre-trial negotiations will take place in Departments 1 and 2 of the Central Courthouse. It is important that you know that your presence is not required for a misdemeanor arraignment, Attorney Vik Monder may ask Judge Cano to appear on your behalf. However, if you have been charged by the District Attorney’s Office with a felony, Judge Rodriguez will require you to be physically present at your felony arraignment in Department 12. All felony pre-trial negotiations will take place in Department 29 before Judge Shamoon and in Department 30 before Judge Walsh. Any pre-trial negotiations occurring after the preliminary examinations will take place before Judge Groch in Department 31. By consistently appearing on the record as defense counsel in each of these departments, Attorney Vik Monder has extensive knowledge about the clerks, judges, and prosecutors that are assigned to them. This knowledge will prove invaluable in preparing your defense because it offers foresight onto how a clerk calendars hearings in that department, how a judge may rule on certain pre-trial issues, and what extenuating circumstances a prosecutor may be willing to consider in negotiations after a preliminary hearing. Do not waste this opportunity! Contact North Park Criminal Defense Attorney Vik Monder now at (619)405-0063 and let his experience and knowledge of the Superior Court Central Courthouse provide you with the best defense in your case.

PLEASE CONTACT NORTH PARK CRIMINAL LAWYER VIK MONDER WITH ANY QUESTION YOU MAY HAVE AT: 619-405-0063

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