Criminal Law

In his 30 years as a lawyer and a judge, Don Chairez has handled more than 90 jury trials and has presided over 25 murder trials. You deserve someone who has a vast and diverse legal background, and someone with the courage and ability to stand up for your rights. Don Chairez is your Long Beach Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you’ve been charged with a crime put the law to work for you and hire a former judge and lawyer, someone who has over 3 decades of legal experience

A criminal defense lawyer must have a clear understanding of the United States Constitution. Specifically, the Fourth Amendment which protects against unlawful searches and seizures, and the Fifth and Sixth Amendments which govern the right to remain silent so one does not become a witness against himself. All of the Amendments to the United States Constitution are guaranteed to the accused via the Fourteenth Amendment. A criminal defense lawyer must understand each of these rights.

Don Chairez will fight for you as he fought for others. Don Chairez is the author of the The Nevada Property Owner’s Bill of Rights Amendment, also known as PISTOL (People’s Initiative to Stop the Taking of Our Land). This initiative was approved by the voters on November 4, 2008 ballot in Nevada, and integrated into the Nevada Constitution after a successful second vote in 2010. PISTOL stops government from financing public projects or helping developers at the expense of individual landowners. It protects the politically and economically weak people who can’t fight back. Don Chairez’s commitment to individual rights helped to protect the rights of all individuals within an entire State. Imagine what Don Chairez can do for you.

Facing criminal charges is a scary experience. Even if you think you’ve done nothing wrong, trying to talk your way out of a difficult situation with the police can only make things worse. The police aren’t interested in your rights. If you are accused of any crime call Don, your Long Beach Defense Lawyer immediately.

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