San Diego Trial Law Firm

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CRIMINAL DEFENSE

The attorneys at LAWSTACHE™ LAW FIRM know that the attorney you choose can mean the difference between winning and losing. Fifty years ago, the Supreme Court of United States recognized the “obvious truth” that a lawyer is a necessity and not a luxury when a defendant faces a criminal charge. The Court also observed that even an intelligent and educated non-lawyer “requires the guiding hand of counsel at every step in the proceedings against him.” We are that “guiding hand,” diligently ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the entire duration of criminal proceedings.

San Diego Superior Court Judge about Anton Vialtsin, “You’ve got a good attorney that pulled a rabbit out of the hat for you.” San Diego Criminal Defense Attorneys at LAWSTACHE™ TRIAL LAW FIRM represent individuals charged with DUI, Domestic Violence, Drug Charges, Murders, Assaults … in State & Federal Court. ★★★★★ Reviews.

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Business

CIVIL LITIGATION

Trial attorneys at LAWSTACHE™ LAW FIRM specialize in a complex business litigation. Our firm represents state authorities, public and private companies and organizations, banks, investors, creditors, borrowers, directors and officers of companies, and other persons in the international and American financial sector. We represent a variety of industries, including banking, real estate, technology, medical, manufacturing, marketing, and others. We provide assistance with suits involving

  • Complex litigation at the international and national business level
  • Financial disputes
  • Loan and credit line disputes
  • Fraud and fraudulent transfer
  • Breach of fiduciary duty, mismanagement, and gross negligence 
  • Embezzlement and conversion 
  • Insider trading and SEC investigations
  • Currency regulation and licensing issues
  • And other business and financial matters

LAWSTACHE™ LAW FIRM successfully handled a 31+ millions of dollars international business dispute. 

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PersonalInjury

PERSONAL INJURY

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SEXUAL ABUSE

Attorneys at LAWSTACHE™ LAW FIRM recognize that first and foremost you are a victim and should not be treat as an outcast, outlaw, or an outlier by the insurance companies and big businesses. You did not choose to sue for damages. You suffered a great loss and deserve the maximum compensation for your injury.

Trial Attorneys at LAWSTACHE™ LAW FIRM advocate for survivors of rape, sexual abuse, and sexual exploitation. Sexual abuse may occur at schools, college campuses, churches, hospitals, camps, youth sports leagues, and other facilities. We are committed to protecting adults and children by exposing predators and holding those responsible for protecting these individuals accountable. Please call our experienced attorneys to discuss your case in confidence.

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Lawstache YouTube Channel

LAWSTACHE™ YOUTUBE

Trial attorney Anton Vialtsin understands that it is sometimes difficult to know what type of attorney you might need to hire for your case. Each situation is unique and needs to be carefully evaluated. On our YouTube channel, we provide a biweekly review of interesting published cases, which may guide you on your search for an attorney. Please subscribe to our channel. WATCH HERE.

San Diego Superior Court Judge (About Anton Vialtsin)

“I will tell you in public that your attorney did a great job for you in getting this plea bargain. … You should be grinning. Because most people with this charge would be spending lots of time is state prison. … You’ve got a good attorney that pulled a rabbit out of the hat for you.”

 

USA v. T.P.R.

Felony Case REDUCED. Client charged with knowingly transporting five aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law, which was done for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii) (Felony). The charge was reduced by superceding information to Accessory After the Fact a Class B Misdemeanor. Client sentenced to time served (1 month 28 days). [Federal Court, Southern District of California]. United States of America v. T.P.R.

Holliwog – 10/16/08 Yahoo Review

”It’s hard to put into words the impact that just this one case has had not only on my life, but several others. I too, am indeed grateful for Jeremy’s dedication and determination to seek justice and bring forth a positive outcome. Isn’t it comforting to know that Mr. Delicino takes his profession seriously and fights hard for ALL who retain him and is not persuaded by money.”

 

People of California v. K.M.

Attempted Murder charge PC664/PC187(a) plus special allegations PC1192.7(c)(23), PC1192.7(c)(8), PC12022.7(e) | Felony Charge | Prison Sentence Range: Minimum 5 years and Maximum 14 years in California State PRISON. Results: 365 days sentence in local JAIL.

RLM

“[Anton Vialtsin] doesn’t take cases solely based on the dollar sign he can make, but more so based on your specific need. His detailed direction in which he gave, led me to be more successful in my case… That being said, I recommend anyone in need to contact Anton and his firm regardless of your situation…”

 

United States of America v. A.E.B.

Case Dismissed. Client charged with knowingly transporting aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii).

 

United States of America v. J.A

Case Dismissed. Client charged with knowingly and intentionally possessing with intent to distribute approximately 34.5 pounds of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, in violation of Title 21 USC Sec. 841(a)(1)

USA v. AM

Case Dismissed. Client charged with knowingly transporting three aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law, which was done for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii).

 

Judith M. | Ensenada, Mexico (Yelp | 11/19/15)

You are awasome! Thank you Antone for all your help, guidence, patience and taking time to explain the legal process each step of the way. This was all new and difficult time for us. Thank God, he put you in our path to represent my son, he will be home soon! May God bless you, and continue to use your knowledge and humility to assist those who require your legal assistance in such desperate times.

Rodger

”I truly believe that Jeremy Delicino is one of the best attorney’s in the world. I had a federal drug case with no minimum mandatories, but l had my guidelines that were 27 to 33 months. At sentencing, Jeremy argued for a sentence below my guidelines and time served. I did 16 months. I never ever saw a yard and Jeremy also got back every piece of property that the DEA seized….”

 

OAO Alfa-Bank v. Yakovlev

A San Diego County Superior Court judge DISMISSED a lawsuit seeking to enforce a $31 million money judgment in Russia against a defendant now living in the U.S. Anton Vialtsin, managing partner of Lawstache Law Firm in San Diego, represented the defendant.

Curt

“…Now instead of the 20 years minimum in federal prison, Jeremy was able to negotiate a plea bargain that secured my release with time served and probation. It could well be that I owe Jeremy my life that appeared to be spent in prison…”

J M

“You should know that I retained you after I intervied another attorney. And the other attorney will charged a fee just to go interview […] in jail. To me he seemed to be all into the $., and you did not charge me to interview him, that showed me that you cared to help, that is why I retained you, and made me feel that, I can trust that you will fight for my […]. I was not wrong, and I am happy and thankful, and I do not regreet any penny spent, the results speak for themselves. It has been a very difficult time for all the family but now we can move forward knowing that my son will be free and not sent to prison.”

 

People v. K.P.

Defendant who was convicted of 22 counts fraud and embezzlement in excess of $500,000 and losses of nearly one million dollars received straight probation and no jail time. The government’s offer and the probation departments recommendation was over eight years in prison.

 

United States of America v. D.R.

Successfully negotiated a dismissal through a one year diversion with no prison time for a client charged with knowingly transporting aliens within the United States in furtherance of the violation of the immigration law; in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(ii).

People of California v. G.B.

.405% BAC. Second (2nd) Driving Under the Influence (VC 23152) offense with a crash.  Pre-Trial plea to 96 hours of custody, 26 days SCRAM ankle monitor with permission to travel, AA meetings, 15 days public work service (post conviction modification to 120 hours of volunteer work to be completed in one year).