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White Collar Crime, Felony, Criminal, Personal Injury
Complex Criminal Defense and Serious Personal Injury

Complex Criminal Defense and Serious Personal Injury

"Very Professional and caring! Always attentive and great staff! Shaun loves his job because he is on top of everything and he never says no on the contrary he explains everything and is detailed as much as he can and Gracie is the best, always answers right away and does not matter the day or time and is very polite. Treat us like people and like family. Thank you, for everything!"

  8 months ago     Maria Contreras


"Mr. Khojayan earned his 5 stars. He is a real Attorney At Law. He defended me in federal court for nearly 4 years and there is nothing i can say bad about him nor his team. From day one he was honest, professional, good with communication, and truthfully.nAnd the results were good. He knows the law. And he uses the law to defend me the client like if it was personal to him, like if i was a family member or like a close friend. He did it, and if i had only one phone call to make it'll be Mr. khojayan Attorney at law that i'll be calling.ni think he loves his job. He's the same person i met nearly 4 years ago. nYes i do highly recommend Mr. khojayan.nThank you Mr. khojayan!nThank you Gracie!"

  8 months ago     Pedro Sanchez


"Best defense attorney you can find with excellent ethic and compasionate ....guiding you through every step of way in this long and difficult legal process. With out a doubt the very best of the best ......very satisfied with the results .... Thank you ! Thank you The Patron family......"

  1 year ago     Juan Patron


"If anyone asks me for a lawyer I would highly recommend Shaun!! He's very professional and knows what to do and does it in a timely manner. Offers really good advice. If you call his office on a weekend they get back to as soon as possible. He is a life savor and one of the best!"

  1 year ago     Sarah Lockridge


"Shaun Khojayan is very professional and knows the laws, he stands by his clients 100% and is compassionate to them. He is very understanding to their emotions and every need while under such pressure. I would recomend him if your ever in need for an attorney ! Thank you for what you do and helping with our case ! nnMegan"

  1 year ago     Megan Jackson


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