Bay Area Criminal Defense Attorney
When you hire a criminal defense attorney, you want someone who understands how the police think as they are investigating a crime. Police reports tell an experienced investigator almost as much by what they don't say as what they do. Knowing where to question and where to look can make a great difference in the outcome of your case.
Former Police Officer and NLRB Field Examiner
Attorney Roberta Brooks worked as a Field Examiner with the National Labor Relations Board, investigating charges of unfair labor practices and later as a police officer. She understands how a police report is put together, because she has done it. She has honed her skills at reading police reports and other investigation documents over the years in the hundreds of criminal defense cases she has handled, and she uses that ability to develop compelling cases for her clients.
At the Law Office of Roberta Brooks serving the people of the East Bay, including Concord and Walnut Creek, our knowledge of police procedure together with our criminal defense experience handling hundreds of cases provides clients with a great advantage when they have been accused of a crime.
Call 925-228-3400 for your free initial consultation.
The Law Office of Roberta Brooks Aggressive Criminal Defense
As a former police officer, Attorney Roberta Brooks knows law enforcement procedures. Her experience gives her insight into what the police should have done, what was not done, and what was done incorrectly. This knowledge allows us to assess the strengths and weaknesses, and build an aggressive defense that can question the credibility of the prosecutions case.
823 Marina Vista Ave
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