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Former Prosecutor - 13 years experience
24 years of experience
Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI, White Collar Crime, Traffic Tickets, Juvenile Law, Stockbroker & Investment Fraud, Immigration Law
Ambrosio E. Rodriguez is the Los Angeles criminal defense attorney the accused turn to when everything is on the line. With more than 13 years of prior experience as a highly accomplished Senior Deputy District Attorney, Mr. Rodriguez uses his unique perspective and unmatched knowledge of the justice system to build the best defense for his clients. While at the District Attorney’s Office, Mr. Rodriguez led the esteemed Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Unit and then became one of only four Senior Deputy District Attorneys in the elite Homicide Unit. As a Homicide District Attorney, Mr. Rodriguez tried almost every type of murder case, including those with the ultimate consequence: death penalty cases. In addition to his unparalleled practical training as a prosecutor, he completed his formal legal training from the prestigious Georgetown University, earning his law degree in 1997. With over 20 years of experience in criminal law, Mr. Rodriguez works to protect the rights of the accused by using his expertise gained in working for more than a decade on the other side. Having tried more than 1,000 cases as a prosecutor, he knows the government’s next move and uses his inside knowledge to your advantage. As the founding partner of the Rodriguez Law Group in Los Angeles, CA, Mr. Rodriguez handles all criminal matters at both the state and federal levels, including drug crimes, sex crimes, violent crimes, theft crimes, domestic violence, and more. If you have been charged with a crime in Los Angeles, California, call the Rodriguez Law Group for a free consultation. You’ll want Ambrosio’s in-depth legal experiences and demonstrated ability to win on your side as you fight for your future. View More ›
English: Spoken, Written
Spanish: Spoken, Written
1999 - Current