Serna Law Offices

In 1981, attorney David C. Serna founded his law firm, Serna Law Offices, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in order to provide the highest level of criminal defense possible for his clients. Now, more than 36 years later, Mr. Serna continues to deliver customized defense strategies to those throughout New Mexico facing any type of felony or misdemeanor criminal charges in both state and federal courts.

Mr. Serna holds the distinction of being the only defense attorney in New Mexico to be certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a criminal defense diplomate and advocate. Having begun his legal career in 1977 as a criminal prosecutor, Mr. Serna possesses a unique insight into how the criminal justice system works from both sides of the equation, and he uses this experience to devise more effective defenses for those who seek his counsel.

At his law firm, Mr. Serna handles all cases personally and provides the individualized attention his clients deserve to obtain the most favorable outcome possible. Understanding the stress and uncertainty his clients face regarding their situations, he works with each client one-on-one, addressing their concerns and advising them as to their best options. By utilizing a vast network of resources as well as the latest legal technology, Mr. Serna can tackle the demands of any case regardless of the challenges or complexities involved.

As a result of his success, he has earned many awards and honors throughout his career, including the Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award and the Charles Driscoll Memorial Award, and he is actively involved in many professional legal organizations.

With such an impressive amount of experience and credentials, Mr. Serna can help you protect your rights and freedom in the face of serious criminal charges. For more information about how Serna Law Offices can best serve your needs, you can contact the law firm to schedule a consultation. Se habla español.

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