Criminal Defense Attorney in Solano County and the San Francisco Bay Area
Criminal Defense Attorney Tim Pori knows that being accused of a crime in the San Francisco Area is tough. Tim also knows how to help you.
You’re getting pressure from your family, friends, and the authorities. You’re being told to tell what you know, to tell your story. “Don’t you want us to know your side,” they ask?
Remember: the police and district attorney are not your friends. They are doing their job. They are collecting information to convict you.
Don’t believe that answering a few of their questions will clear things up. Don’t talk to them! (And, never lie to them!)
You Need a Criminal Defense Attorney To Protect Your Rights!
Defense attorney Tim Pori knows how the police, prosecutors, and courts work.
He represents clients accused of all types of crimes ranging from drunk driving to Federal felonies and murder. He is aggressive and effective.
Do the Smart Thing
Call a professional criminal defense attorney at your first opportunity. Call Tim at 707.427.2800.
Tim’s office is on Texas Street in Fairfield.
For many charges — including Driving Under the Influence allegations — you have limited time to file a response to avoid penalties and damage to your life and reputation.
There are no Easy Answers, but there are Right Steps
Once the police have arrested you and charged you with a crime, you are facing the loss of your freedom.
A trial is not about the truth of the charges. It’s about what the district attorney can show in the courtroom.
Let Tim fight for you.
He’ll make sure that you have the benefit of every law that protects the rights of the accused. He’ll watch for over-charging, for violations of process and procedures, and for tainted actions which could prejudice your case.
Criminal Defense isn’t About Relationships
Contrary to popular belief, it is not personal relationships with the judge or the prosecutor, but detailed case preparation that secures the best plea results.
Unfortunately, it is not the relationships between the defense attorney and the judge and prosecutor–or even the good moral character of the first time offender that matters in plea negotiations.
What matters is the pre-trial preparation of the defense and submission to the prosecution of investigator reports and expert reports that results in “the best deal.”
Tim is a smart, thorough defense attorney who does his pre-plea bargain analysis to help his clients.