There is, perhaps, no more challenging time you will ever face than being arrested on criminal charges. For most people, facing the state or federal criminal justice process is a nightmare which they never expect to happen. Now that it has, where do you turn for aggressive representation and sound legal advice?
Your first call should be to the experienced criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Hanlon & Rief in San Francisco. Our office has a reputation for obtaining the best possible outcomes through an aggressive and thoughtful approach. From unique settlements to trials, we work with our clients to make decisions that are best for them.
We have earned recognition among satisfied clients and referring attorneys for our aggressive protection of people's rights when facing unfair or false allegations of domestic assault and requests for domestic violence restraining orders (DVRO) resulting in a court order of protection. If you are challenging a restraining order that is preventing you from seeing your children or returning to your home, call us for experienced and effective legal counsel.
If you are under investigation, have been subpoenaed to appear in front of a grand jury or have already been charged, count on Hanlon & Rief for sound legal counsel.Federal Crimes
We have a reputation for achieving success through an aggressive and thoughtful approach.State Crimes
Read what the media and legal professionals say about us.Media and News
We realize that this is a difficult time for you and your family. Our office will take the time to ensure that you are informed during each phase of your case. Please contact us for a free, private consultation. All communications with our attorneys are protected by attorney-client privilege.
Our offices are located between the state and federal courts in San Francisco and are easily accessible by public transportation. General office hours for consultations are between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., but we are accessible by phone anytime.
Call us at 415-906-3423 or contact us by email to arrange a free initial consultation.
Q: Do I Have To Allow The Police Search My Residence Or Vehicle?
A: No. In most cases police need your consent or a search warrant to enter your home. If there is a search warrant, the validity of this warrant can be tested in court.
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