Rancho Cucamonga Misdemeanors & Felony Crimes Attorney
Providing Defense in the Inland Empire – Call (909) 695-0095
When you have been arrested and charged with a misdemeanor or felony in Rancho Cucamonga, you can find the answers and advocacy you need at the Law Offices of Brian E. Skibby. This law firm delivers the clear advice, tireless representation, and strong defense that gets results. When your reputation, liberty, and future are at stake, Attorney Skibby offers help around the clock.
Why Choose Brian Skibby, Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Attorney?
- 20 Years of Proven Legal Experience
- Works One-on-One with Clients Start to Finish
- Reasonable Rates & Payment Plans Available
- 24-Hour Emergency Assistance
Attorney Skibby will visit his clients, even making jail visits. Don’t hesitate to request a FREE consultation now: Call (909) 695-0095 today!
Felony Defense in Rancho Cucamonga
Charged with a felony in the Inland Empire? When you face felony charges, you want Brian E. Skibby on your side of the courtroom. He has represented hundreds of clients facing just about every major criminal accusation there is.
Attorney Skibby fights against charges that include and aren’t limited to:
At the arraignment for your felony charge, you will be asked to plead guilty or not guilty. Next, you will either post bail, be released on your own recognizance, or be incarcerated. Your felony attorney may be able to argue bail if the District Attorney is given proper notice. A preliminary court hearing will then take place within 10 court days. The DA will have witnesses testify to show the court there is probable cause to hold you and move to trial. Your Superior Court trial will then begin within 60 days.
Misdemeanor Defense in Rancho Cucamonga
Although a person who commits a misdemeanor cannot be sent to state prison, they could face anywhere from zero days to one year in county jail. The District Attorney’s Office fights just as hard on these cases just as they do felonies. As a result, many people end up going to jail believing they could handle their “minor” case without hiring a misdemeanor defense lawyer.
Attorney Skibby offers hard-hitting defense for misdemeanor offenses such as:
- Traffic Violations
- Drunk in Public
- Disturbing the Peace
- Gun Possession
- Disorderly Conduct
- Drug Possession
- Domestic Violence
What does the misdemeanor process look like? Those who face misdemeanor charges in the Inland Empire will often be arrested then released. Then as much as three months later, you will face arraignment, at which point you will plead guilty or not guilty. You can either post bail, be released on your own recognizance, or be incarcerated. As long as the District Attorney receives proper notice, your bail can also be argued. Next, your trial will likely begin in 30 court days if you were incarcerated, or in 45 days if you were not jailed.