About The Law Office of W. Gregory Klein
W. Gregory Klein has many years of experience as a public defender and understands the legal system fully. He is a powerful ally and resource for family and criminal law, as well as DUI cases. Being a known and respected attorney in the Nevada County Courtroom assures that cases handled by the Law Office of W. Gregory Klein are properly processed within the expectations of the court, favorably reflecting on clients.
Attorney Klein is an experienced trial lawyer who is committed to defending the rights of the accused. He carefully studies the details of every case before recommending the appropriate course of legal action.
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Our practice primarily handles family law and criminal defense cases. We provide comprehensive legal services for divorce, including child custody and visitation agreements and support agreements for children and ex-spouses.
Our doors are open to all criminal defense cases, no matter how big or small the criminal charge may be. Attorney Klein has a long history of successful defense in DUI cases and can represent you in DMV hearings after a drunk driving arrest. From our office in Nevada City, we also work with clients facing sex crimes and drug offense charges.
In addition to our main practice areas, we resolve disputes involving restraining orders.
Why Choose Us?
Our office is conveniently located directly across the street from the courthouse in Nevada City. Our proximity to the courthouse and long-standing history within the community have made us well-known and well-respected within the local criminal justice system.
When you contact us, we can accommodate same-day appointments to get your legal needs addressed as soon as possible. Your first consultation comes at no cost to you.
Our office also provides on-site notary services.
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