Our Team

There is a solution to every problem, and you will work directly with the partners of our firm to find it. From pre-filing investigation through trial, we explore all legally available approaches to obtain the best possible outcome. Let us bring you the peace of mind in knowing you have a team working with you. We are here to help.

• All Criminal and DUI Defense: Pre-filing investigation, Warrants, Arraignment, Motions, Trials, and Post-Conviction Relief
• Over 50 Years Courtroom Trial Experience
• Former Deputy District Attorneys
• Private Investigation Available 24/7
• Offices in Beverly Hills and San Fernando Valley

Our experienced lawyers take the time and effort to understand every detail of your case, all legally available defenses and explore the best way to resolve each matter based on the unique facts and circumstances of your case. No criminal case is too large or too small. We are dedicated to zealously representing our clients in felony and misdemeanor cases in state, federal, and juvenile courtrooms. We understand how important your case is to you, both personally and professionally. This is why our attorneys carefully select the number of cases we work on so that we have prompt communication, informative and collaborative discussions, and effective strategic meetings throughout your representation to ensure that receive the best representation possible. We are fortunate to have many of our clients referred by attorneys, legal professionals within the criminal court system, colleagues, and former clients.

Our Team:

With decades of experience working as criminal justice attorneys, Jeffery K. Rubenstein and Susan M. Haber have the extensive experience needed to help our clients work through some of the most challenging times of their lives. From criminal investigations through the trial and post-conviction issues, we walk with you each step of the way as we zealously advocate for you to achieve the best possible outcome.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: Ignorance of the law is not a defense to committing a crime.

Answer: The law does not require law enforcement to have a camera (audio and/or video) recording their investigations and/or arrests. Some police agencies provide audio and/or video recordings to their officers to use them, and if so, this is evidence which can be requested by attorneys to review if a criminal case is filed.

Answer: Unfortunately, it is lawful for police to lie to those they are interviewing during their investigation. This is one of the many reasons why as defense attorneys at the Law Office of Jeffery K. Rubenstein, we strongly recommend that anyone who is a suspect being questioned by law enforcement not provide any statement to police.

Answer: The only time law enforcement must legally advise a person of their “Miranda Rights” is when police want to speak with a person who has been arrested and that individual is in custody. It is not uncommon for a person to be arrested and not questioned by police afterwards. However, if police want to speak with someone who is arrested AND in custody, law enforcement must advise the person of their “Miranda Rights” for any statements made by the person to be legally admissible in court.

Answer: Although it is lawful to purchase marijuana at a licensed marijuana dispensary/store and consume it, people cannot drive under the influence of marijuana. This is the same law as we have with alcohol. A person who is 21 or older may purchase and consume alcohol; however, they cannot drive under the influence of alcohol. There is no specific amount of THC nanograms (the active metabolite in marijuana) that must be in a person’s system for an indiv

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