Meet James N. Dicks
James N. Dicks joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1977. Mr. Dicks served as a police officer and detective for 10 years. He was assigned to duties such DUI patrol, narcotic enforcement, vice enforcement, and undercover duties.
While a police officer he attended Western State University College of Law and graduated in 1987. That same year, he took the California State Bar Examination and passed on his first attempt. Attorney Dicks joined the County Public Defender’s Office in 1987 and tried numerous cases obtaining astonishing results. After 5 years in practice, attorney Mr. Dicks became a Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the California Board of Legal Specialization.
In 1990, Attorney Dicks founded JD Law, which has now grown to include two offices, one in North County and one in San Diego County, a staff of paralegals, investigators, case managers, and other support personnel.
Attorney Dicks had tried hundreds of criminal cases and earned the respect of judges and prosecutors for the vigorous defense he provides. He has lectured at several criminal defense seminars on how to cross-examine police officers on the witness stand. He has also lectured to criminal defense associations and criminal defense bar associations on the defense of drug cases.
Attorneys Dicks is certified by the Board of Legal Specialization of the California State Bar as a criminal law specialist. He has been required to pass rigorous requirements of experience, education, training and evaluation by the top criminal defense attorneys in the state.
The Law Offices of James N. Dicks is devoted exclusively to criminal defense. Attorney Dicks has defended clients against murder charges, "Three Strikes" cases, as well as virtually every other type of state and federal crime.
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