Frank Bell 333 Bradford St, Redwood City, CA94063 Frank Bell is a criminal defense attorney who handles federal charges, white collar crime, theft, fraud, drug crimes,…More violent crimes, sex offenses and others. He graduated from University of California Hastings College of Law. Call the number provided for a free initial consultation.
Law Offices of Jeffrey Hayden 333 Bradford St, Redwood City, CA94063 Jeffrey Hayden is a criminal defense attorney who offers services throughout San Mateo County. He defends clients who…More have been charged with felonies, misdemeanors, juvenile delinquency, drug crimes, theft, traffic crimes, DUIs and violent crimes.
Thomas Greenberg Law Offices 2000 Broadway St, Redwood City, CA94063 Thomas Greenberg is a criminal defense attorney who defends clients accused of DUI charges, violent crimes, theft,…More drugs, vandalism, juvenile crime, sex crimes and more.
Law Offices of Naresh Rajan 333 Bradford St, Redwood City, CA94063 Naresh Rajan is a criminal defense attorney who defends clients accused of violent crimes, theft, domestic violence,…More traffic offenses, DUIs and drug crimes. He graduated from Santa Clara University's School of Law. Call the number provided to schedule a free consultation.
Thomas V. Kelley 702 Marshall St, Redwood City, CA94063 Thomas V. Kelley is a criminal defense attorney. His areas include white collar crimes, drug possession, DUI, and parole…More violation. Mr. Kelley graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law.
Digiacinto John S-Private Defender Program 333 Bradford St, Redwood City, CA94063 This is the private defender's office for San Mateo County. It provides legal representation for people who have been…More charged with a crime by the court and cannot afford an attorney (eligibility is determined by the court).
California Highway Patrol, Redwood City 355 Convention Way, Redwood City, CA94063 The Redwood City office of the California Highway Patrol is part of the golden Gate Division. The division cover nine…More counties and serves more than six million people. In addition to the more common activity of monitoring traffic, the California Highway Patrol partners with local officials to protect the community. The state agency also regularly volunteers in the community. This division pioneered the community outreach program, sending a contingent of 14 officers to East Palo Alto in 1993 to assist local government in controlling a high crime problem. The three-year cooperative program resulted in a 98 percent drop in the homicide rate.