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Joseph Abrams

Federal Crimes Lawyer
Law Office of Joseph Abrams
Orange, CA
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Attorney Biography

From his federal criminal defense and sentence mitigation law firm in Orange, California, attorney Joseph Abrams provides unmatched legal representation and results to clients in Orange County and throughout Southern California including Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, and El Centro who are under investigation for, charged with, or awaiting sentencing on any type of federal criminal offense. As a recognized lawyer with more than 25 years of legal experience, Mr. Abrams promises to aggressively defend your rights and liberties at all turns as he works hard to achieve the best outcome possible for your case.

With extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of federal criminal practice, including expert knowledge of the federal sentencing guidelines and federal sentencing advocacy, Mr. Abrams achieves notable success in obtaining favorable results for his clients' serious and pressing legal challenges. Law Office of Joseph Abrams is a trusted source for individuals and organizations facing accusations of federal crimes.

Prior to starting his own law practice, Mr. Abrams spent his legal career with the federal judiciary as a sentencing specialist and presentence supervisor, and served as the exclusive sentencing liaison to federal district court judges in the Central District of California.

During his career, Mr. Abrams worked on more than 1,000 federal criminal cases, covering virtually every type of federal offense. Over the course of his career, Mr. Abrams developed expert knowledge of the federal sentencing guidelines and federal sentencing advocacy. Mr. Abrams gained recognition within the judiciary, and among the defense bar, as a federal sentencing guidelines expert and a trusted source for matters involving federal practice and sentencing.

After retiring from the federal judiciary, Mr. Abrams founded Law Office of Joseph Abrams. His purpose for going into private practice was to use the knowledge and skills he developed over more than two decades to help ordinary people who find themselves in the serious situation of being the target of a federal investigation or charged with a federal crime.

Mr. Abrams graduated from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles in 1997, and passed the California bar examination that same year. Mr. Abrams graduated in the top 10% of his class, was the recipient of the prestigious American Jurisprudence Book Award in Federal Courts, and was chosen Best Writer in the Moot Court Honors Program Intramural Competition.

Mr. Abrams is a member of the Federal Bar Association, California Lawyers Association, and Orange County Bar Association. He is admitted to all federal and state trial and appellate courts in California including the United States District Court for the Central, Southern, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California.

When Mr. Abrams is not busy helping make things right for his clients, you can find him walking local trails with his Border Collie, Jammer, or traveling to the beautiful country of Italy and studying Italian language and culture.

Practice Areas

Federal Crimes (50%)
Criminal Defense (10%)
Drug Crimes (10%)
Firearm and Weapon Charges (10%)
Sex Crimes (10%)
White Collar Crime (10%)
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Bar Licenses

California State Bar
Member in Good Standing


Southwestern Law School
Southwestern Law School


Orange County Bar Associoation
Orange County Bar Associoation

California Lawyers Association, Criminal Law Section
California Lawyers Association, Criminal Law Section

California Lawyers Association
California Lawyers Association

Federal Bar Association

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Awards & Honors

Jurisprudence Book Award in Federal Courts
Bankcroft and Whitney

Best Writer Moot Court Honors Program Intramural Competition
Southwestern Law School

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Recognized for Professional Involvement
Lawyer Legion

Reviews - Joseph Abrams

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1 Reviews

Great Attorney

Posted by: Jose Carlos H.
Criminal Defense

Great Attorney

I came to Joseph Abrams with a Felony and 3 current warrant arrests and he was very upfront on he was able to work with. No fake promises were given and he was true to his words. He moved fast, and was able to recall my warrants and within a month he solved my case and brought my felony to a misdemeanor. Joseph Abrams is a very effective hardworking attorney. I highly recommend him, he’s understanding and very respectful no matter what you are going through, he will treat you with the utmost respect as a client can get.

Joseph Abrams:"Thank you Jose Carlos, it was a great pleasure to be able to help you and your family."
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Joseph Abrams
Law Office of Joseph Abrams
333 City Boulevard West Suite 1723
Orange, CA 92868
Office: 714-883-9822

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