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Orange County & Inland Empire Criminal Defense

The following published cases demonstrate my law firm's ability to secure favorable outcomes for clients facing difficult legal issues. Mr. Schreiber was trial counsel in these cases.

These samples are for illustration only; your case depends on its own facts and other factors, and no specific outcome is guaranteed.

People v. Matos
California Court of Appeal

Mr. Schreiber's client was convicted of battery on a police officer in Los Angeles County. On appeal, the court held that the firm's client was entitled to access to information about the complainants and witnesses to the events in question that had been denied by the trial court. The lower court judgment against Mr. Schreiber's client was reversed.

People v. Thomas
Supreme Court of California

The firm's client was convicted of committing lewd and lascivious acts on the body of a child under the age of 14 years, and he appealed. In the state supreme court, the conviction was overturned because the trial court had improperly allowed evidence of prior similar acts by the defendant to be presented over Mr. Schreiber's objections. Such evidence was held to be too inflammatory and prejudicial for use in the defendant's trial for different acts, and further was held to have occurred too remotely in the past to have value to prove the newer charge.

People v. Loomis
Appellate Department, Superior Court, San Diego County, California

The firm's client was convicted in of driving while under the influence of alcohol based on the admission of the testimony of the arresting officer over Mr. Schreiber's objections. On appeal, the San Diego County Appellate Department held that: The arresting officer could not testify as a lay witness or as an expert witness as to his opinion of the defendant's blood alcohol level based on a test the officer administered, and the deliberate destruction by the police of the identity of a citizen observer who was riding in the police car and who witnessed the defendant's arrest deprived Mr. Schreiber's client of due process of law. Because of the police misconduct, the DUI complaint against Mr. Schreiber's client was dismissed.

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Serving Southern California: Irvine criminal defense attorney Kenneth L. Schreiber represents clients throughout California's Inland Empire, including Riverside, San Bernardino, Newport Beach, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, San Diego, Ventura, Los Angeles, Mission Viejo, Beverly Hills, Corona Del Mar, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Huntington Beach, Orange, Villa Park, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Tustin, Lake Forest, Westminster, Anaheim, Vista, Fallbrook, Temecula, Marietta, and other communities in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County.