Lluis law has over 50 years of defending their clients in criminal matters. The criminal defense attorneys Ramiro J. Lluis and David A. Lluis assist in defense of all criminal matters. Our office can represent from the beginning of the criminal investigation to the end in reopening and vacating a plea or conviction.

Our criminal defense lawyers can help preserve your rights in matters such as Drug Convictions, DUI, Theft Convictions, Crimes of Violence, Domestic Violence, White Collar Crimes, and many other matters.

Our criminal defense attorneys have experience practicing in all the criminal courts throughout the State of California.  Our goal is to do whatever we can to protect the rights and interest of our clients.

We have experience in defending clients in complex criminally related immigration cases and we focus on representing our criminal clients in an effort to avoid complications with immigration for those clients that are not citizens.

What is assault?

What is assault?

What is assault? Under Section 240 of the California Penal Code, an assault is a crime that involves an attempt to commit a violent injury on another person. When the assault is committed against a public officer or employee, the assault to be penalized (with enhanced...

What is murder?

What is murder?

What is murder? Under Section 187 of the California Penal Code, murder is an unlawful killing of a human being or a fetus with malice aforethought. Malice aforethought is the manifested deliberate intention to unlawfully take away the life of a human being. Murder can...

What’s the difference between homicide and murder?

What’s the difference between homicide and murder?

What’s the difference between homicide and murder? Latin derivation Homicide is a generic term used to refer to any killing of a human being by another human being. The word homicide comes from a compound of the Latin words <homo> meaning “man” and <cidia>...

What is Rape?

What is Rape?

When is rape committed? Under Section 261 of the California Penal Code, rape is an act of sexual intercourse where the vagina or anus is penetrated. The victim is not the spouse of the offender. And the victim has not given consent or is incapable of giving consent....

What is Sexual Battery?

What is Sexual Battery?

Sexual battery is any sexual abuse of a person who is restrained or institutionalized, hospitalized or is seriously disabled or medically incapacitated. How is sexual battery committed? Sexual battery under Section 243.4 is committed even by mere touching of an...

What is Domestic Violence?

What is Domestic Violence?

When people think of domestic violence, they usually think of child abuse. Child abuse may or may not be a component of the domestic violence. There are times when spouses, partners or people dating do not have children of their own or children in common with the...

What are Sex Crimes?

What are Sex Crimes?

Sex crimes are those acts which are punished under Chapter 1 Title 9 of the California Penal Code. They are crimes against a person involving sexual assault, rape, abduction, carnal abuse of Children and Seduction. What do sex crimes have in common? Sex crimes punish...

What are Lewd Acts?

What are Lewd Acts?

Lewd acts are defined and penalized as disorderly conduct and a misdemeanor under section 647 of the California Penal Code. What specific acts are penalized as lewd acts? Engaging in lewd or dissolute conduct in public places or places exposed to public view...

What is Statutory Rape?

What is Statutory Rape?

Statutory rape is any unlawful sexual intercourse committed with a minor. A minor is a person who is under the age of 18. Statutory rape is penalized under the California Penal Code section 261.5. What if the minor gives consent? The law calls sexual intercourse with...

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