David B. Pastor has over 30 years of experience representing criminal defendants who run into trouble with Walnut Creek laws or who need help with other legal issues in Walnut Creek, California.
By appearing frequently in the area courts, Mr. Pastor has built successful working relationships with judges and their staffs, opposing attorneys, and district attorneys. These are relationships based on mutual respect, which means Mr. Pastor's voice is heard when he is advocating on his clients' behalf.
Mr. Pastor also has 30 years of experience as a former immigration attorney. This prior immigration experience has given him insight into the potential immigration consequences of a criminal conviction or guilty plea. If you are not a U.S. citizen, it is especially important that you consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, because a guilty plea or conviction could have serious immigration consequences, including potential deportation.
Experience that Matters for Criminal Defense
Mr. Pastor also practiced immigration law for over 30 years. This experience has provided Mr. Pastor with a thorough understanding of the possible immigration consequences of a criminal conviction or guilty plea. If you are not a U.S. citizen and have been accused of a crime, it is particularly important for you to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, because a criminal conviction or guilty plea could result in an order for deportation.
Mr. Pastor represents clients in a variety of misdemeanor and felony criminal matters, including:
- Automotive crimes
- Felony automobile accidents
- Driving under the influence
- Violent crimes
- Domestic violence
- Child abuse
- Assault & battery crimes
- Weapons charges
- Drug offenses
- Fraud or white-collar crime
- Computer crimes
- Hacking or malicious code
- Juvenile crime
If you have been accused of a crime, contact the Law Offices of David B. Pastor immediately for a free initial consultation. For many crimes, time is of the essence, and it is important to consult an attorney as soon as possible in order to preserve your rights.