Jimmy Cha, Esq. – Criminal Defense Attorney
Jimmy Cha is a Fullerton Criminal Defense Attorney, and is the founding member of The Law Office of Jimmy Cha, APC and dedicates his practice solely to criminal defense. Mr. Cha graduated from UCLA with a degree in Sociology with honors, and earned his Juris Doctorate from Western State University College of Law, along with a Certificate in Criminal Law Studies. A certificate awarded only to a select few who went above and beyond the required curriculum in the area of Criminal Law.
During law school, Mr. Cha externed at the Orange County Public Defender’s Office and Juvenile Defender’s Office. He served as a law clerk during law school, and was an independent gang profiler for criminal defense attorneys.
Jimmy Cha was included on The National Trial Lawyers’ list of Top 100 Trial Lawyers, and nominated as Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Lawyers by The American Society of Legal Advocates. He was also selected as Southern California’s Outstanding Young Lawyers by Los Angeles Magazine, and as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers.
About Jimmy Cha
Founding Member and Attorney at the Law Office of Jimmy Cha, Fullerton.
ClientsJimmy Cha always ensures the clients satisfaction. So far almost all of his clients are satisfied.
Why the Law Office of Jimmy Cha?
Mr. Cha continues to give back to the community by serving as a guest speaker and as a mentor to inner city youth. Mr. Cha is also a member of the following organizations:
- American Bar Association
- California DUI Lawyers Association
- North Orange County Bar Association(NOCBA)
- Founding Member of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA)
- California Bar Association
Many criminal defense attorneys like to boast that they were former prosecutors or police officers. Jimmy Cha was never a former prosecutor or police officer. Mr. Cha has never prosecuted or convicted anyone; nor has he ever put anyone in jail. He assists those who are facing criminal charges and the serious consequences of a conviction, as a criminal conviction may have many adverse consequences on an individual.