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Jerod Gunsberg

Jerod Gunsberg

Law Offices of Jerod Gunsberg
  • Criminal Law, White Collar Crime, Domestic Violence...
  • California
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Jerod Gunsberg is the founder and lead attorney of the Law Offices of Jerod Gunsberg. He is a seasoned criminal law defense attorney, representing clients in all California state and federal criminal matters. He focuses his practice on many different types of criminal cases, including misdemeanors, violent offenses, complex narcotics, white collar crime, medical marijuana defense, sex crimes, elder abuse, computer crime and juvenile criminal issues. Mr. Gunsberg spent the early part of his career in the entertainment industry and even owning his own independent record label for a time. When he decided to follow his life long dream of practicing law, there was no turning back. He graduated from New York University where he was a University Honors Scholar. He was then recruited by some of Los Angeles County’s top criminal defense trial lawyers to represent clients on serious felony matters including murders, sex offenses, major narcotics cases, and complex fraud cases at both the state and federal level. Mr. Gunsberg’s notable recent federal matters include a securities fraud and wire fraud case in which the government alleged a $5 million loss; a 2000kg marijuana distribution conspiracy; one of the largest seizures of PCP in the history of the United States; This is in addition to the wide variety of other federal matters Mr. Gunsberg handles, including pre-indictment representation at the early stages of federal investigations. In that vein, he has also worked extensively with federal agencies in defending these types of matters, including the FBI, DEA, Secret Service, Homeland Security, IRS CID, USPIS (US Postal Inspectors), USDA and the Department of Education, among others.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • White Collar Crime
  • Domestic Violence
  • Juvenile Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Flat Fees, Paymment Plans
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Law Offices of Jerod Gunsberg
- Current
Jerod Gunsberg represents clients in all state and federal criminal matters, from first time misdemeanors to violent offenses to complex white collar matters. He is also deeply involved in emerging areas of criminal law such as medical marijuana defense, financial elder abuse, computer crime, and juvenile delinquency law.
Education
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
J.D. (2008)
Honors: First Honors in Trial Advocacy National Clinical Legal Education Association - "Outstanding Clinical Student" Award (for work representing minors charged with crimes in Los Angeles County Courts).
Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Professional Associations
California Public Defender's Association
Attorney Member
Current
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Attorney Member
Current
California Attorneys for Criminal Justice
Attorney Member
Current
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Attorney Member
Current
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Attorney Member
Current
American Bar Association
Attorney Member
Current
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
Blog
Blog
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. A unanimous vote from the jury is required for a conviction and acquittal?
A: Yes. In a criminal case, a unanimous vote is require for both a conviction and an acquittal. If the vote is not unanimous then it is what is known as a "hung jury" (meaning the jury was unable to reach a verdict one way or the other ). After a jury returns no verdict, the prosecutor may re-try the case, the prosecutor may dismiss the charges, or the court may dismiss the charges on its own motion. This will depend on how the jury vote breaks down (how many voted in favor of guilty, how many in favor of not guilty).
Q. Is it a felony to vandalize a street sign
A: If the damage to street the street sign is $400 or more, the prosecutor may file the case as felony or a misdemeanor. Whether it is filed as a felony or a misdemeanor, depends on many factors including whether the alleged damage is significantly more than $400, whether the person accused has prior arrests or convictions (especially for vandalism), and the policies of the particular DA's office prosecuting the case.
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Law Offices of Jerod Gunsberg - Los Angeles
643 S. Olive Street
Suite #717
Los Angeles, CA 90014
USA
Telephone: (323) 633-3423
Fax: (310) 496-3011
Law Offices of Jerod Gunsberg - Beverly Hills
Suite 600
Suite 600
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
USA
Telephone: (310) 496-3011
Fax: (310) 496-3011