Criminal Lawyer ∙ DUI ∙ Traffic Ticket ∙ DMV Hearing ∙ Defense Attorney

​​​​​​​​​​Law Office of David Dastrup

​Mr. Dastrup knows that being a criminal defense lawyer means serving each individual that employs him. He believes in the Constitutions of our great Nation and State, especially as they apply to zealously defending the rights of his clients. He has achieved many successes for his clients. Simultaneously, Mr. Dastrup has earned a reputation with the courts, judges, clerks, and other attorneys for being reliable, organized and honest. 

Attorney David Dastrup worked for a relatively large firm, handling criminal misdemeanors and traffic tickets in Southern California, especially Fullerton, Westminster, and Santa Ana. The personal connections he made in Orange County have lasted. He continues to defend clients on criminal DUI and other traffic misdemeanor and infraction cases at the West Justice Center, North Justice Center, Central Justice Center, and Harbor Justice Center.

Mr. Dastrup runs this law office in the South Bay, serving the Beach Cities and surrounding neighborhoods (Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Gardena, Lawndale, Rolling Hills) of the Southwest District, Torrance Courthouse. The Law Office of David Dastrup also has a satellite office in Long Beach, next to the "Long Beach Court," specifically Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse. Mr. Dastrup regularly serves clients that have misdemeanor criminal cases throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County. The L.A. courts include but are not limited to Compton Courthouse, Airport Courthouse, Metropolitan Courthouse, a.k.a "Metro," Inglewood Courthouse, Downey, and Bellflower Courts. The OC courts are mentioned above.

​​​​Attorney David Dastrup is a Juris Doctor graduate from the prestigious Pepperdine University School of Law, a top-tiers law school. In addition, he is a Master's graduate from the Straus Institute, ​​the #1-ranked dispute resolution program in the Nation, according to U.S. News, surpassing Harvard for 11 years. 

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