Oceanside Criminal Defense Attorney

Resilient Criminal Defense Representation in California

Have you or someone you love been charged with a crime? Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges, you must exercise your right to legal representation and seek advice from a professional as quickly as possible. Do not attempt to navigate the criminal defense process alone. Your freedom and future may be at stake, but an aggressive advocate can fight to protect your interests in and out of the courtroom. 

At Sterger Law Group, we make it our mission to ensure our California community has access to the quality legal support they need in these difficult moments. We understand that you are going through a tremendous amount of stress, but we encourage you to get in touch with our Oceanside criminal defense lawyer. The sooner you reach out, the sooner we can get to work on your case. We have the experience, skills, and resources needed to win, and we will do everything we can to favorably resolve your case as quickly and painlessly as possible.

To get started, call (760) 280-7900 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We offer flexible payment options and provide our legal services in English and Spanish.

Charged with a Crime? Do Not Wait to Get Legal Advice.

If you are arrested and accused of committing a crime, exercise your right to remain silent. Do not answer questions or make any statements to law enforcement. Instead, politely but firmly request to speak to a lawyer. Then, call Sterger Law Group. We take the time to listen to our clients and get a full understanding of their circumstances. Our legal professional will work closely with you to review your options and be direct about each possible approach’s likelihood of success. We understand how to craft effective defense strategies and will relentlessly pursue an optimal outcome, no matter the severity of the charges or the complexity of the case. 

Our Oceanside criminal defense attorney can fight for you if you have been charged with a:

A Criminal Conviction Has Immigration Consequences

Non-citizens, including permanent residents, may face deportation if they are convicted of a disqualifying offense. Being convicted of a drug crime or violent felony, for example, will almost certainly trigger removal proceedings. If you are a non-citizen who is facing criminal charges, the time to act is now, as your future in the United States may be at risk. Our team can walk you through how your criminal matter could impact your immigration status. We understand how immigration law and criminal law intersect, and we will work to avoid any outcome that jeopardizes your ability to stay in the country. Should you be targeted for removal, we can also assist with deportation defense and will leverage the full extent of our resources when representing you.

Take the first step to building a strong legal defense by contacting us online or calling (760) 280-7900.

  • “I have known Rick for several years now and I know that he is extremely passionate about his work and I would recommend him to my friends and family.” - Robert W.
  • “Rick has the expertise to handle all of your immigration issues.” - Scott C.
  • “Had a zoom consultation and the attorney was very informative and helpful.” - Former Client

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