The City of Pasadena is located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley. While Pasadena may feel like a small community, it is in fact the sixth largest city in Los Angeles County, and the 160th largest city in the United States.
Pasadena is ethnically and culturally diverse, and is generally considered the main cultural center of the San Gabriel Valley. While Pasadena may best be known as the home of the Rose Bowl and the for the shopping, dining and entertainment in Old Town, it is also home to the Norton Simon Museum, one of the finest art museums in the world.
The City of Pasadena has its own courthouse. The Pasadena Courthouse is one of 50 courthouses in Los Angeles County. It is a relatively courthouse with twenty courtrooms that handle both criminal and civil cases. The courthouse is located on 300 East Walnut Street in Pasadena's main governmental district.
With respect to criminal matters, the Pasadena Courthouse handles a full spectrum of criminal cases ranging from driving-related crimes such as driving on a suspended license and DUI, to theft crimes, drug crimes, domestic violence, assault and battery, sex crimes, homicide and other violent crimes, and probation violations.
With twenty courtrooms and experienced prosecutors, the Pasadena Courthouse is a likely destination for many defendants charged with crimes in the San Gabriel Valley. An experienced attorney dedicated to your representation and familiar with the Pasadena Courthouse can make all the difference in properly defending and protecting your rights in a case filed there.
If you or someone you care about are charged with a crime in Pasadena and want personalized, determined and effective legal representation, please contact the criminal defense attorneys at the Weinrieb Law Firm. We can be reached twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week at (818) 933-6555, or through the confidential and secure email form on the firm's website at www.VWattorneys.com.