Being falsely accused of serious crime is one of the most difficult, stressful and frustrating experiences imaginable. It is difficult because you are usually thrown into a court system with which you are completely unfamiliar. You do not know the rules, who you can trust, or where to turn. It is stressful because you may be facing serious, life-altering consequences for something you did not do. It is also frustrating because in your heart, you know that you should not even be charged with a crime and cannot believe that your case will not just “go away.”

The seasoned attorneys at Solare & Scott are well aware of all these considerations. We make it less difficult because we know the system. It will become less stressful because you will have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you have dedicated professional protecting your interests.

Mr. Solare has successfully defended numerous innocent clients. Recently, he represented a service man who was falsely accused of child molestation and was facing life in prison without the possibility of parole. Our client was adamant that he was innocent so there was no plea-bargaining. The jury in that case returned a 75-minute NOT GUILTY verdict. This underscores that Solare & Scott are willing and able to successfully defend someone in the most dire of straits!

The best times for us to get involved in such a case is while it is still under investigation. We have also convinced prosecutor to either not file charges or dismiss cases where our clients have has no culpability. There is an art to this, knowing how to approach an investigation, what to tell the prosecutors, and how to present our evidence. The experienced team at Solare & Scott know how to marshal all information in your favor and then present it to the prosecutors in a clear and convincing manner.

If you have been falsely accused of a crime, call us immediately for a FREE, same-day consultation. An hour out of your day could save you years of heartache!


501 West Broadway, Suite 1780
San Diego, CA 92101

619.234.7575 (office)
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