Suzanne M. Ferguson

Suzanne M. Ferguson

Experienced, Strategic, Personalized Defense

Suzanne M. Ferguson, Attorney at Law

27475 Ynez Road
Suite 283
Temecula, CA 92591

Phone: 949-887-7036


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About Suzanne M. Ferguson

Ms. Ferguson began her career in the trenches of criminal defense at the Orange County Public Defender's Office. After working there for almost six years, she relocated with her family to Temecula and now has her own private practice where she handles criminal defense cases in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Los Angeles counties. She is a dedicated, zealous advocate who counts it among life's blessings that she is able to represent and help her clients. Please call her for a free consultation.

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