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Okabe & Haushalter

San Francisco, California Criminal Defense Lawyers

Okabe & Haushalter

877 Bryant Street
Suite 210

San Francisco, California 94103

Phone(415) 483-9708

E-mail  Contact Mr. Ryan Okabe

Other Offices: Beverly Hills (CA)  Los Angeles (CA)  Redondo Beach (CA)  Las Vegas (NV)  

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Law Firm Overview

At Okabe & Haushalter, our firm members have dedicated their entire practice to the protection of those accused of crimes and has received local and national media attention to the cases they handle. They handle a wide cross section of criminal cases and have devoted a large percentage of their time in recent years to the defense of sex crime and child pornography cases.

Year this Office was Established: 1985

Languages: English, Spanish

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: DMV Hearings; Drunk in Public; Extortion; Federal Crimes; Forgery; False Advertising; False Billing; Mortgage Fraud; Healthcare Fraud; Medicare Fraud; Medicaid Fraud; Bankruptcy Fraud; Welfare Fraud; Consumer Fraud; Internet Fraud; Mail Fraud; Grand Theft; Hate Crime; Indecent Exposure; Insider Trading; Luring of a Minor; Public Corruption; Sexual Assault; Sexual Conduct with Minor; Tax Evasion; Internet Crime; Securities Fraud.

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Articles Published by Okabe & Haushalter

 Public Intoxication Is a Crime

It may be legal to consume alcoholic drinks, but it is unlawful to be guilty of public drunkenness. If you are arrested for being drunk in public, you can be charged with a misdemeanor and face criminal consequences.

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 Grand Theft Crimes in California

In the state of California, stealing more than $400 worth of property can be prosecuted as a felony offense. A grand theft conviction can have a significant impact on every aspect of a personís life.

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