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Jeffrey A. Tenenbaum

White Collar Crime, DUI-DWI, Criminal

Jeffrey A. Tenenbaum was raised in the city of Merced, CA.  He attended the University of California at Los Angeles and University of San Francis... (more)

Jeffrey A. Tenenbaum

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DUI-DWI, Criminal
Merced County Criminal Defense

Law firm specializing in criminal defense. Attorneys skilled in defending people accused of any crime, felony or misdemeanor. Attorneys who also pract... (more)

"I want to give a big thank you to Jeffrey Tenenbaum. I was referred to him by someone who responded to my post seeking to find a reasonable yet reputable criminal attorney. I reached out to Tenenbaum and he worked with me on retaining him. For me my case was a nerve wreck due in part I have prior that was expunged 20 yrs ago which I was concerned would be used against me. Long story short. He was pretty confident about my case, however, making no promises of an outcome. I left it to him to do whatever necessary. 48 hrs ago I recieved the call from attorney Tenenbaum ' your case has been dismissed. ' Im content, and most of all, I know my ailing Mother who gave up the little she had left to help me, is very happy as well. Thank You again, Attorney Jeffrey Tenebaum."

  2 years ago     ralph arce


"I am so grateful for Mr. Tenenbaum and his wonderful team. It was my first time in jail, I was scared and anxious over my possible sentencing. I remember meeting Mr. Tenenbaum for the first time before my first court appearance. I felt so relieved that he was willing to listen to me and be so kind. I was released from jail and thanks to Mr. Tenenbaum, was given a chance to make better choices and start over. There were several court appearances in which Mr. Tenenbaum and Jessica represented me. I was able to go to rehab and start a new beautiful life. I have been clean and sober now for over a year. I must attribute much of my success in sobriety to my wonderful lawyer. I have nothing but good things to say about Tenebaum Law Firm. They are amazing, always so encouraging, and so compassionate. Thanks to Mr Tenenbaum my case was dismissed. Today I am extremely grateful for everything Tenenbaum Law Firm did for me. I have been given a new wonderful life, and I just can't thank them enough."

  3 years ago     Mallory Bejarano


"I was looking at some time, and mr. Teninbalm told me he would take care of it. He did an amazing job, not once but twice. Awesome guy don't wait call him if your in a jam!!!😀 Thank u sir for all you have done for me."

  2 years ago     Danny Torres


"Mr. Jeffrey Tenenbaum and his entire law firm is absolutely amazing. I live in Ga, and I drive trucks for a living. I had a old misdemeanor case from 2010 that I surely had to serve jail time for. Thank God for Mr. Tenenbaum and his staff. I didn't have to pay any fines and I served no time at all. Anyone dealing with a legal issue in this area should definitely go see Mr. Tenenenbaum. Thank you again and again for all you have done for me and my family."

  3 years ago     Marquis Williams


"I was facing felony charges and undoubted jail time when I met Mr. Tenenbaum. He went to work for me far beyond my expectations and gave me the best possible outcome. Mr. Tenenbaum is the reason I can continue with my head held high and avoid the stigma of a felon for the rest of my life. I could not recommend a better criminal defense attorney. Thank you Mr. Tenenbaum!"

  3 years ago     Freddy Allen


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Merced, CA 95340
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