Hoglin & Fuqua, LLP is a full-service criminal defense firm. We handle every type of criminal case at every stage of the judicial process. Please contact us if you or anyone you know are facing criminal charges.

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Main Office
Main Office
2135 Huntington Drive
Suite 104
San Marino  CA  91108
  • (626) 309-9977
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Sex Crimes
At Hoglin & Fuqua, LLP we defend the rights of those accused of some of the most serious offenses. At our firm you will receive a team of attorneys dedicated to achieving the best results for you and your case.
Hoglin & Fuqua, LLP is a full-service criminal defense firm. Our attorneys are experienced in handling sex offenses and obtaining favorable trial verdicts or plea agreements for our clients.

There is nothing more stressful than being accused of a sex crime. Often times these cases are based on the weak statements of an alleged victim, as well as coercive police tactics to get you to confess to something you did not do. It is important that you do not become a victim of an improper investigation.

At Hoglin & Fuqua, our attorneys have obtained acquittals at trial for clients facing life sentences for child molest and other sexual assaults. Our passion for justice and persistent search for the truth allows us to be aggressive in negotiations and that has led to plea agreements involving probation rather than prison sentences for our clients.

Once you are accused of a sex crime you are going to have to overcome the biggest hurdle in your life; being labeled a sex offender. Don't attempt to do this by yourself. Hire an attorney from Hoglin & Fuqua to fight for you and your freedom.

Alexander Fuqua

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