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If you have been charged with a crime, you need the peace of mind that your Los Angeles criminal defense attorney has what it takes to preserve your freedom. Robert M. Helfend is a trusted veteran of the Los Angeles Courts, with more than 30 years experience fighting for the rights of the accused. In that time, he has successfully defended more than 4,000 cases, from simple drug possession to major felony trials. Mr. Helfend is known for his thorough attention to detail and the skillful defenses he brings to the Courtroom. He is a National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Attorney, a SuperLawyers Rated Attorney, a Lead Counsel Attorney and an Expert Network Distinguished Attorney.
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Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
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TollFree: (800) 834-6434

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all major credit cards, cash, paypal, check, discover, visa, amex, mastercard
Neighborhoods
Culver-West, West Los Angeles
Categories
Criminal Law Attorneys, Attorneys

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Jamie T.

09/26/2016

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I dropped my old "soft" criminal attorney and upgraded to HELFEND. Rob was confident from the very beginning all the way to the end. He met with me, heard my side, and quickly assessed a brighter future for me. He gave me hope Vs. my last attorney who depressed me. You can definitely see the years of experience behind everything he does and in the way he speaks with others on behalf of you. He kicks ass !! Best part about Rob was his humor. The guy is funny. He's actually a pretty cool dude on a personal level. Always smiling and in control. Great attorney overall. Highly recommend. No complaints. He reduced my charge big time. Reduced to the lowest misdemeanor of a different category. No violence on my record in the end. Had a small court fee and anger management classes. Soooo glad I hired him. It could have been so much worse. Maybe even 1 -2 years in jail.