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"Exceptional Attorney who invests herself in her clients. Thank you to Ms Kenney for all her hard work and legal expertise."

  10 months ago     Colette McNeil


"Karren is amazing! What a great litigator. I was incorrectly charged and Ms. Kenney used her experience as a criminal defense attorney to exonerate me and win my case. Thanks so much Karren!!"

  1 year ago     Whatso Maklain


"Extremely qualified professional who gets the job done. Artful plea negotiator and talented trial attorney."

  1 year ago     Dave Gowdown


"Karren is one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Orange county. I spoke with a few criminal defense lawyers and karren stood out as the most knowleadgable and more importantly confident. Karren kenney criminal defence won my case in under 90 days and I couldn't be happier to have it all behind me."

  1 year ago     Rhonda Larson


"We contacted Mrs. Kenney by phone regarding our child. Over the phone she laid out a plan for us to deal with our situation...at which point, if the problem was not resolved, she would then step in as our legal representative. We were able to follow her advise and resolve the problem without the need for further representation. We would definitely use Mrs. Kenney and/or recommend her for any legal representation."

  1 year ago     Steven Rovano


Law Office of Karren Kenney
575 Anton Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
33.679094,-117.90553

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575 Anton Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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