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If you need a DUI or Criminal Defense Attorney , contact Christoph Law Offices. They have more than 38 years of combined DUI and Criminal defense experience, and have handled thousands of misdemeanors and felonies, in addition to handling over 3,000 DUI cases.  Experience as a former USMC Captain, Prosecutor and Judge Pro Tem and over 30 years in the same location across from Vista Courts, makes Christoph Law Office one of the oldest and respected firms in North County.

The Christoph's will provide a realistic and honest appraisal and achieve the best possible result.  They give your case the personal attention it requires and make themselves available to you throughout  the process. Attorney William Christoph has the highest peer review rating possible for legal ability and ethical standards,* and that tradition has been passed onto his son, Nicholas Christoph.

Call our Vista, California, law firm across from Vista Courts at 760-659-2149 to schedule your free initial consultation. You can also contact us  below for a free lawyer consultation.


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Christoph Law Offices
400 S. Melrose Dr., Suite 101
Vista, CA 92081
Phone: 760-659-2149
Fax: 760-941-5760
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