Cal Poly students criminal defense attorney


Were You, Your Son Or Your Daughter Charged With A Crime?

At the California law firm of Earl E. Conaway, III, A Professional Law Corporation, we defend Cal Poly and Cuesta College students in San Luis Obispo and beyond who have been charged with a variety of criminal offenses, including:

Our Cal Poly criminal defense lawyer truly understands the implications of a college student facing criminal accusations. A conviction can potentially result in being expelled from the university. In addition, a criminal conviction of moral turpitude can have disastrous consequences on a student's future employment opportunities.

Defending Students From Cal Poly And Neighboring Schools

Our San Luis Obispo student crime lawyer represents students from all colleges and universities in the area, including:

  • California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
  • Cuesta College
  • Allen Hancock College
  • University of California at Santa Barbara

Staying Out Of Jail And Keeping Your Record Clean

If a student is charged with an eligible offense, we can often determine eligibility for the San Luis Obispo County Misdemeanor Diversion Program. This program involves attending a one-day class in lieu of facing criminal charges. 

In addition determining eligibility for the San Luis Obispo County Misdemeanor Diversion Program, we have helped students pursue other alternatives to criminal conviction, including performing community service or attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings.

Free Consultation With Our San Luis Obispo County Underage Drinking Lawyer

To arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with our criminal defense lawyer, call our San Luis Obispo office at 805-546-8797 or contact us online today. All messages are promptly returned. We charge competitive rates and offer flexible appointment scheduling and jail visits.



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1065 Higuera Street Suite 202, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401


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