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Aggressively Serving Criminal Cases Throughout Sacramento, California
At the Law Office of Gilbert B. Vega, our Sacramento criminal defense lawyer recognizes that the most frightening aspect of the law is often the uncertainty.
Criminal charges can lead to severe and life-changing situations.
However, our Sacramento criminal defense lawyer can give you an informed assessment of what you are up against and how to take action in pursuit of a positive outcome with experience.
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Over 11 Years of Experience
Attorney Gilbert Vega Gets Results
The law remains the same, but service makes a difference.
Rest assured that when you work with the Law Office of Gilbert B. Vega in Sacramento, you will not be kept in the dark or misled by our criminal defense attorney.
You will have a direct attorney-client relationship through every stage of the process.
Experienced Sacramento criminal attorney Gilbert B. Vega’s passion for the due process of criminal law, solid criminal defense skills, and belief in the life-changing impact of second chances have made our firm a pillar in Sacramento County, CA.
Whether you face a violent crime accusation or a misdeamnor, he can help you.
What Is the Difference Between a Lawyer and a Defense Attorney?
The difference between a lawyer and a defense attorney is how the lawyer decides to practice law assisting clients in courtrooms.
An actual Sacramento defense criminal attorney specializes as an advocate of the law by aiding an accused defendant through different legal strategies in and out of a Sacramento courtroom.
With our experience, dedication, and determination on your side, you will be positioned for success from the very beginning.
Our reputable Sacramento criminal law firm is committed to developing thoughtful defense strategies and achieving positive results on our clients’ behalf.
Gilbert Vega proudly serves Sacramento and the surrounding area.
Case Dismissed prior to trial Disobeying a Court Order
Case dismissed at preliminary hearing. Conspiracy
One year of county jail/five years' probation Robbery
Client found not guilty at trial Rape of a Child
Case dismissed after 20 hours community service Grand Theft
Identity theft count dismissed at trial Identity Theft
Case Dismissed. Robbery