Attorney Mike Brewer is a former legal instructor for most major California law enforcement agencies, including the Los Angeles Police Department and the sheriff's departments of Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties. He has also worked, consulted and trained with the FBI, US Secret Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, US Department of Justice, Organized Crime Strike Force, US Attorney's Office and US Army JAG Corps. Criminal defense lawyer Mike Brewer went over 5 years as a prosecutor in Los Angeles County without losing a single case, and over 2 years without losing a case as a criminal defense lawyer with the public defender in Los Angeles.
A Strong Advocate When the Stakes Are High:
Individuals found to violate a criminal law are subject to fines, imprisonment, probation and community service, among other penalties. The outcome of any criminal case depends on the facts surrounding the crime charged, the strength of the evidence, the legal validity of law enforcement and courtroom procedure, and the goals and strategy of the government and defense. Attorney Mike Brewer will navigate you through this complicated legal process.
Verdict and Settlement Information:
Southern California criminal defense lawyer Mike Brewer attests that hard work, compassion and attention to detail is the foundation to every successful verdict he achieves, and this can be evidenced by his exceptional defense results:
Successful defense of a man who allegedly murdered his brother-in-law by stabbing him in the back during a drug-induced haze, in what was called the Woodstock Murder Case.
Successful defense of a Long Beach school bus driver on charges of vehicular manslaughter and fleeing the scene, after she ran over and killed the brother of a police lieutenant. Mike Brewer's lengthy investigation and accident reconstruction proved that it was only an accident, resulting in a "not guilty" verdict.
Successful defense of a third-strike defendant, who allegedly committed a take-over armed robbery of a business, even though being found driving the getaway car, with the gun and stolen property inside, made him at first appear guilty.