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Here, at the Law Office of Matthew J. Delgado, you may find that I do things differently than most other Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys. The first thing being that every single word of content for this site has been written by me, not by some web page developer or outside business simply trying to maximize clicks.
When you call my office requesting a consultation, you will speak with me directly or I will call you back after hearing your message. You won’t find yourself talking to an answering service or receptionist at some office far away that can barely discuss your case. I take pride in what I do, and that is providing the absolute best criminal defense and advice that I can, all while guiding my clients and their families through one of the most stressful times in their lives. The criminal justice system is a daunting, complex system, and I feel that it is simply my duty to shepherd my clients and their families through it, keep them updated and informed, and more importantly minimize the amount of their stress throughout the entire process.
I practice criminal law, and that’s all I practice. I have studied nothing but crime and criminal law for the past fifteen years, first as an undergraduate majoring in Criminal Justice. After that, I obtained my law degree with a criminal law concentration from U.C. Hastings College of the Law, had five separate internships at four of some of the best District Attorney’s offices across the state, and have practiced criminal defense exclusively since I became an attorney.
I have represented clients in nearly every courthouse in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties, ranging from minor traffic misdemeanors, domestic violence, DUI, violent felonies, drugs, sex crimes, to death penalty murder.
Simply put, I am extremely confident in my abilities as a defense attorney, and even more confident that I can guide my clients and their families through the system while minimizing the amount of stress that undoubtedly comes with any accusation of criminal activity.