Brea DUI Attorneys
Criminal Defense Lawyers in Brea
If you’ve been arrested by the Brea Police Department or the California Highway Patrol for a DUI, drug possession, drug sales, domestic violence, theft, hit and run, resisting arrest or assault and battery, your case will be in the North Justice Center. This courthouse has free parking but no on-site cafeteria. Criminal cases here are prosecuted by the Orange County District Attorney. Indigent defendants can get free representation from the Orange County Public Defender. Other defendants are defended by Brea DUI attorneys and Brea criminal defense lawyers. You can find inmate information for the Orange County jail at the Orange County Jail Inmate Locator.
Facts About Brea
Brea DUI lawyers and Brea criminal defense attorneys rave about this city. Brea has its roots in oil. It sits on top of the Brea-Olinda oil fields. When the oil ran out, the area became largely agricultural, growing a lot of lemons and oranges. Eventually, residential and industrial districts replaced the citrus groves. In the 50s Karl Karcher opened one of his first burger restaurants in Brea. Nowadays, the city has about 40,000 people living within its limits. Brea has an outstanding public arts program and is known for its shopping.
The city of Brea sits on just over 12 square miles of land. Bank of America is it’s biggest job creator with about 3,000 employees. Mercury Insurance takes second place with about 1,800 employees. If you are facing charges for a crime committed in Brea, your case will be adjudicated in the North Justice Center. Since every court has its own policies and every judge has their interpretation of court policy, it is important to consult with a Brea DUI attorney or Brea criminal defense lawyer who practices regularly in the North Justice Center.
Free Telephonic Consultation With A Brea Criminal Defense Lawyer
Call The Law Office of EJ Stopyro at (949) 559-5500. We offer a free telephonic consultation with an experienced Brea DUI lawyer or Brea criminal defense attorney to learn what your options are. EJ is happy to tell you what will happen in court, as well as the possible penalties you face. He will also evaluate your case and explain any possible defenses you may have.