Orange County Criminal Defense Attorneys
Wallin & Klarich: A Law Corporation
17592 Irvine Blvd.
Tustin, CA 92780
Open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
To schedule an appointment, call (714) 730-5300
If you have been accused of a crime in Tustin, you need the help of an experienced Orange County criminal defense attorney from Wallin & Klarich. For over 30 years, we have successfully defended thousands of individuals facing various criminal charges, including assault, murder, sex crimes, child endangerment, lewd or lascivious act with child, lewd acts in public, statutory rape, child annoyance or molestation, driving under the influence, manslaughter and more.
There are several skilled attorneys at Wallin & Klarich ready to help you with your case in Tustin. Our experienced attorneys in Orange County are:
- Paul Wallin
- Stephen Klarich
- David Cohn
- Matthew Wallin
- Christopher Lee
- David Wohl
- Jonathan Lynn
- Robert Williams
From the moment you retain Wallin & Klarich, your Orange County criminal defense attorney will treat you as a member of our family. We will understand your needs, review the facts of your case and provide you with the highest quality legal defense.
The Local Courthouse
If you are arrested in Tustin, you must appear at the Central Justice Center of the Orange County Superior Court located at:
Orange County Superior Court – Central Justice Center
700 Civic Center Dr. West
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Misdemeanor cases are handled by departments C47 and C54. Felony matters at the Central Justice Center are handled by departments C5, C55 and C57. Your Orange County criminal defense attorney can appear for you in court. However, you are required to appear at the arraignment for any domestic violence cases or felony crimes. You must be present by 8:30 a.m.
At the Central Justice Center, the judges are extremely strict and rarely deviate from the DA’s offer. Most judges will not allow home confinement for individuals charged with a second or third DUI. They would prefer for those persons to serve time in county jail.
On misdemeanor cases, Commissioner Berenson is the presiding judge. The presiding judge on felony cases for individuals who are bound over to Superior Court is Judge Prickett. Both are very strict, no-nonsense judges. For felony cases that have not been bound over to Superior Court, the presiding judge will be either Judge Schwarm or Judge Johnston.
Programs and Jails in Orange County
For DUI programs, if your BAC level is between .08 and .14, you will need to attend a three-month class. If your BAC level is between .15 and .19, you will need to attend a six-month class. If your BAC level is .20 or higher, you will need to attend a nine-month class. If this is your second DUI within 10 years, you will need to attend an 18-month class. A list of approved DUI programs in Orange County and their locations can be found here.
If you are convicted of domestic battery or corporal injury on a spouse, you will be required to attend a 52-week batterer’s treatment program. You can find a list of batterer’s programs in Orange County here.
There are several jails located throughout Orange County. A list of the jails that service Orange County with contact information and driving directions can be found here.
Call the Orange County Criminal Defense Lawyers at Wallin & Klarich
We understand you and your family are going through a difficult and stressful time, and we want to make sure you receive the highest quality representation and guidance through the legal process. When you rely on our knowledge and experience in criminal defense, you can rest assured that your Orange County criminal defense lawyer will dedicate the time necessary to carefully review your case and work hard to achieve the best possible outcome.
To speak with the Orange County criminal defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich, please call us at (877) 4-NO-JAIL or (877) 466-5245. We will be there when you call.