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Need a tough criminal defense lawyer who won't give up? Call Orange County attorney Michael L. Guisti if you've been charged with drunk driving, drug possession or a violent crime in Southern California.

Guisti has a 10-year record of defending some of the toughest cases to go through Orange County courts. His success in getting charges dropped or reduced, negotiating lighter sentences and winning appeals has won him the recognition of his peers and the gratitude of hundreds of clients and their families.

Full Service to Clients

Being hit with charges for murder, sexual assault or domestic violence is a shock no one is ever prepared for.

The professionals at the law offices of Michael L. Guisti treat clients with dignity and respect, counseling them at every stage of defense from arraignment to trial. For clients who choose to plead guilty or are found guilty, Guisti and his associates work whenever possible to:

  • Have a conviction overturned on appeal
  • Get a conviction expunged from the client's record
  • Negotiate a reduced sentence.

Proven Success

Michael L. Guisti and his associates have a long track record of winning "not-guilty" verdicts for clients in a wide range of cases, including:

  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Murder or homicide
  • Drug possession
  • Domestic violence
  • Aggravated assault
  • Sexual battery
  • Firearms crimes
  • Fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Civil litigation
  • White collar crime
  • Juvenile charges
  • Habeas Corpus
  • Appeals

Guisti's team has won hundreds more favorable outcomes for clients, including case dismissals, reduction of charges and shortened sentences.

Deep expertise

Guisti and his associates know that prosecutors often have the discretion to choose whether to press felony or misdemeanor charges.

This can have a powerful effect on a person's life. Many employers, for example, ask job applicants about prior felony charges and convictions, but don't ask about misdemeanors. And a felony charge can trigger California's "three strikes" law, resulting in a longer prison sentence.

Free Consultation

Call the offices of Michael L. Guisti 24 hours a day at 714-530-9690 for a free consultation on any federal, state or juvenile case in Southern California.

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Staff can help you in multiple languages, including:

  • Spanish
  • Vietnamese
  • Tagalog
  • Korean
  • Chinese
  • Italian

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