San Diego Criminal Defense Law Practice

Michael J. McCabe is currently a sole practitioner specializing in criminal defense

(California and Federal, trial, appellate and habeas corpus) as well as criminal and civil forfeiture cases, since approximately 1985.

When selecting an attorney you don’t want to just depend on yellow page ads, online search engines and referrals from friends, you should look at the background, experience and reputation of the attorney as well. Michael J. McCabe has been practicing law since 1985. He will fight for your constitutional right to be considered innocent until proven guilty.

Whether you have been arrested or are being investigated for a crime, it is important that you make sure your rights are protected. The government prosecution does not always get it right and it is for this reason that you need competent legal representation. Michael J. McCabe will inform you of your rights and will zealously defend you.


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Justice Department Defying Congress, Breaking the Law on Medical Marijuana


A spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently told the Los Angeles Times that a bipartisan amendment passed by Congress last year prohibiting DOJ from spending any money to undermine state medical marijuana laws doesn’t prevent it from prosecuting people for medical marijuana or seizing their property.

The statement comes as the agency continues to target people who are complying with their state medical marijuana law. This insubordination is occurring despite the fact that members of Congress in both parties were clear that their intent with the amendment was to protect medical marijuana patients and providers from federal prosecution and forfeiture.
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