Specialization Makes The Difference
LONG BEACH CRIMINAL ATTORNEY Matthew Kaestner brings over 30 years of criminal law experience to the aggressive defense of every case. He is one of only five board certified criminal law specialists with offices in Long Beach.
He will personally handle every case he takes.
Welcome to the Law Office of Matthew G. Kaestner
Long Beach's criminal law specialist, Matthew Kaestner is certified by the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar of California as a criminal law specialist. The practice is dedicated solely to the defense of criminal cases. There are only 3 criminal law specialists with offices in Long Beach, only 64 in all of Los Angeles County. (Data as of September, 2020)
Mr. Kaestner has fought criminal law cases for over 30 years. His vast experience includes successfully defending clients faced with virtually every type of criminal charge including: capital murder, major drug trafficking, white collar crime, third strikes, and misdemeanors as well. Mr. Kaestner has handled high publicity cases as well as those where privacy and discretion are the paramount concerns of the client.
When you have been arrested or accused of a crime, you want a criminal lawyer who has successfully defended that type of charge many times before. Long Beach criminal law attorney Matthew Kaestner is a criminal lawyer who has been winning freedom for his clients for decades.
Mr. Kaestner will personally handle each client's case from arraignment through trial. If you are looking for a criminal defense attorney in Long Beach with instant credibility and a reputation as an expert in criminal law, Long Beach's criminal law specialist Mr. Kaestner will personally handle your case. Call Mr. Kaestner directly at (562) 437-0200.
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For more information about the Law Office of Matthew Kaestner visit his site at www.lbcrimlaw.com.