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California Criminal Defense Lawyer Mary Frances Prevost is dedicated to the aggressive defense of individuals accused of state and federal crimes and DUI's, and the rights of citizens abused by police misconduct and police brutality.
California Criminal Defense Lawyer Mary Frances Prevost is dedicated to the aggressive defense of individuals accused of state and federal crimes and DUI's, and the rights of citizens abused by police misconduct and police brutality.

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San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer Mary Frances Prevost http://acrimedefenseattorney.com

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Former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca, whose jail deputies beat and killed inmates over a long period of time, is seeking to deny his denial that he knew what was going on under his nose because he, ahem, now has Alzheimers. he is facing a federal criminal trial. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-baca-expert-20161121-story.html

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Undercover police secretly taped conversions after learning of an impending drug deal involving the driver of a car Ortiz was riding in. Ortiz was never heard on the taped conversations, and he was not present when the heroin involved in the charge was initially purchased. Yet Ortiz, a non-English speaking immigrant with a clean record was charged with life without parole.

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Bay Area sex workers say sex with cops is nothing new. 

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Southern California Civil Rights Lawyer

#LAX cops, wrongfully fired and reinstated, blows the whistle on misconduct within the Department.

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#SanDiegoDUI #Attorney Mary Frances Prevost gets Five-Star Review from Client

Mary Prevost is the one to call when you need excellent defense. I received Mary's name from a friend and well respected attorney in San Diego. I could not be more thankful. I called Mary for help with my DUI case. Although I am embarassed to admit, this was not my first DUI, and was facing some very serious consequences, ones that could have had a major impact on my life.

I thought there was absolutely nothing that could be done, but Mary proved that thought wrong. She is one of the hardest working attorneys I have ever met. She opened her office to meet with me on Memorial Day, coming straight from the vet with her sick dog. This was the first time I met Mary. I automatically liked her. She was serious and direct. However, knowing her dog was under her desk, I felt hert likableness. This was how she was spending her "day off".

Although very busy, Mary texted and called me back regardless of the time, giving me much needed peace of mind. She kept me informed of any date changes, new findings, or other important information regarding my case, always keeping me in the know.

She guided me on what steps I should be taking very early on in the case. She recommended I abstain from alcohol and prove this by wearing an alcohol monitor. I wore the bracelet, with no missteps, for several weeks, in order to show good faith that I was taking this DUI seriously. I believe this impacted what the prosecution was asking for and ultimately, the decision of the judge. She worked well with the prosecution team, negotiating for me a result I was more than happy with accepting. Had she not thought to have me volunteer to wear the bracelet and take action early, I do not think I would have had the same sentence.

I feel Mary is well liked and respected by her peers, other attorneys, both prosecution and defense, as well as the higher court. Mary made magic happen. This sounds dramatic, but I am not exaggerating. She really worked hard to get the outcome we wanted. She will get it done. Call her. You will be happy you did.
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