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Redwood City Criminal Defense Attorneys

Legal team vigorously defending you because freedom is your right

If you have been accused of a local, state or federal crime, the Redwood City criminal attorneys at Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III provide you with a tough and smart criminal defense. With more than 41 years of combined experience brings rigorous advocacy, meticulous preparation, and strategic thinking. We prepare as if every case is going to trial, and we fully prepare you for every course of action you choose to take.

Our criminal lawyers understand that a conviction can affect your life on all fronts ― family, career, reputation, immigration status and freedom. A conviction can result in severe penalties that include:

  • Jail time
  • Large fines
  • Probation
  • Paying restitution
  • Consequences at your workplace
  • Impact on immigration status
  • Loss of employment
  • Loss of future employment opportunities

The types of criminal cases our lawyers handle

Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III represents clients in the following types of charges:

  • Felonies
  • Felony assault
  • Homicide
  • Misdemeanors
  • DUI
  • Domestic violence
  • Insurance fraud
  • Sex crimes ― sexual assault, rape, child molestation
  • Drug crimes ― possession for sale and sale of narcotics, sale and cultivation of narcotics
  • White collar crimes
  • Juvenile crimes
  • Embezzlement

Protecting your rights and freedom in Redwood City, California

If you have been charged with or accused of a crime, call Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III at 650.568.2820 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

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Our Office
  • Redwood City Office
    777 Marshall Street
    Redwood City, California 94063
    Phone: 650.568.2820
    Fax: 650.568.2823
Representative Cases
  • "Stephen Simmons v. PCR Technology, 209 F. Supp. 2d 1029 (C.D. Cal. 2002) Represented employer in race discrimination action; removal to federal court based on diversity of citizenship and amount in controversy upheld. "

  • "Wayne Perry v. U.S. Bank, 2001 WL 34920473 (N.D. Cal. 2001) Represented national bank in putative wage-hour class action, involving alleged misclassification of employees under the administrative exemption; defeated plaintiffs' motion for class certification. "

  • "U.S. v. Raimund Wersching (2005) U.S. District Court San Francisco Dismissal of five felony financial fraud charges against former SF 49ers placekicker. Read more"