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Jachimowicz Law Group

Criminal, Employment, Business, Civil & Human Rights, DUI-DWI

408-246-5500

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Albie B. Jachimowicz

Business, Criminal, Personal Injury, Corporate, Defamation & Slander

Albie Jachimowicz, a former police officer in San Mateo County, was admitted to the State Bar in 1982 and has been both a winning criminal & civi... (more)

Richard P. Pointer

Criminal, DUI-DWI, Personal Injury, Employment

Richard Pointer is a seasoned and acclaimed criminal defense trial attorney with over 24 years experience practicing exclusively criminal law. He... (more)

"My experience with Josh and this firm was absolutely amazing. They did an outstanding job! Josh put my mind at ease and took care of everything. Not once did I have to appear in court, and I got my case dropped to a minor infraction. Would highly recommend to anyone in need of a great attorney who will not only represent you, but fight for you the whole way. And insure you get the outcome and results you deserve. To be completely honest, I truly hope I never need a criminal defense attorney again. But if I do. I know who to call."

  1 year ago     Tony Sugimoto


"They're life savers"

  8 months ago     Sam D. Snyder


"I was charged with two felony counts that Albie Jachimowicz got reduced to two misdemeanors and no jail time. He is a very able attorney who respects his clients and returns calls and emails promptly, even when it is on his days off or he is on vacation. He is obviously well respected in the criminal justice system and his reputation reflects favorably on his client. If you have a criminal or civil problem, go to Albie Jachimowicz and relax, knowing that you are in good hands."

  4 years ago     Dwight Messimer


"Think an EEOC cause finding is enough to get your former employer to do the right thing? Think again!!! For me, it took Joel P. Waelty of HJP&E. He gave my case the jolt it needed to resolve. Joel is a caring, knowledgeable, and on your side attorney. He's tough and will not let the size of firm he's up against deter him. The more big and bad the company he's against, the harder he'll work for you. He doesn't support the idea that big profit is above the law. Joel P. Waelty cares and will work hard for you if the law is on your side."

  5 years ago     Theresa Allen


  11 months ago     Tanya Tehada Gamez


Jachimowicz Law Group
1530 The Alameda
San Jose, CA 95126
37.3352458,-121.9154519

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1530 The Alameda
San Jose, CA 95126

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