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Folsom was originally founded as Granite City. It was later renamed after Joseph Libbey Folsom, who had actually purchased the land and laid out the area as a town for the large number of gold miners coming through the area as they sought their fortune.

The town continued to prosper and grow because of the railroad connection to Sacramento that Joseph Folsom had fought for. Although the railroad abandoned its connection between Sacramento and Folsom in the 1980s, another rail connection was opened in 2005 as part of the Gold Line within Sacramento’s light rail service.

Though there is plenty of history within the moderately-sized city of 73,000, its claim to fame comes primarily from its famous Folsom Prison. There are actually two state prisons in Folsom, and the combined prison population comprises about 9% of the city’s entire population.

As you might expect, a city of that size housing two state prisons produces a unique set of challenges when it comes to crime. One particular aspect of this challenge is the area of domestic violence. Though it can be tempting to view domestic violence charges as a minor offense, in reality it is one of the most significant charges you could face.

Common Domestic Violence Cases

Typically, when the police are called to the scene of a domestic dispute there is a high probability that someone will be arrested. Most of the time the person arrested is the one who is accused of being violent, and this is usually, although not always, a male.

If you have been accused of domestic violence it is important to consult an attorney right away, as the consequences of a conviction are too serious to ignore. This type of conviction could negatively impact your future job prospects, child custody disputes, friendships, and could even result in jail time.

When fighting a charge as significant as domestic violence, you need an attorney who has experience in getting justice for his clients. Attorney Param S. Pabla has over 18 years of experience in the field, and he will fight for you to protect your rights and find a resolution to this difficult situation.

We invite you to call us at Pabla Law today at (916) 285-7900.

Directions to Law Office of Param S.Pabla serves, 428 J St #400
Sacramento, CA95814, United States from Folsom, CA, USA

These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Folsom, CA
Total Est. Time: 28 min
Total Est. Distance: 22.9 mi

  1. Get on US-50 W from Folsom Blvd
  2. Head southwest on Sutter St toward Riley St
  3. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Riley St
  4. Turn right onto Natoma St
  5. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Folsom Blvd
  6. Turn right to merge onto US-50 W toward Sacramento
  7. Follow US-50 W to W St in Sacramento. Take the exit toward Downtown/10th Street from I-305 W/I-80BUS W
  8. Merge onto US-50 W
  9. Continue onto I-305 W/I-80BUS W/US-50 W
  10. Take the exit toward Downtown/10th Street
  11. Take 10th St to L St
  12. Use the right lane to merge onto W St
  13. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto 10th St
  14. Turn left onto L St
    Destination will be on the left

Call us today (916) 285-7900

We are located at:
Law Office of Param S. Pabla,
428 J St #400
Sacramento, CA 95814

Client Reviews
“Mr. Pabla represented me with my DUI case. He has excellent communication skills and always kept me informed. Mr. Pabla made sure I understood the process and my rights. He eased my mind through a very stressful situation. I highly recommend Mr. Pabla.” Gurpreet
“I am so happy with the service that I received from Param S. Pabla. Jarrett did a great job solving my legal issue and I can’t recommend him enough! He was able to do everything quickly, painlessly, and was ALWAYS available to talk when I needed him. If I ever need help again, I will definitely use him!" Boris
“Param was excellent in my court case of failure to stop at a stop sign. The officer could not see clearly because he was too far away. The officer insisted he could and said he had video but could not produce it at the trial. The officer then asked if he could suspend the trial to go get the video but the judge said he should have had plenty of time to get the video ready beforehand. Needless to say, the judge ruled in my favor and dismissed the case which enraged the officer. Pabla Param’s defense and cross examination skills were excellent and paramount in having the case dismissed. Highly recommended.” T.C.
“My husband and I needed to update everything -family trust, will, medical stuff. Param was really patient -answering all my questions -even when I asked them twice. He wanted to be sure I understood everything we were doing. All docs were sent to us so we could go through them on our own time before anything was finalized. I also liked when we were looking at medical stuff that he had a conversation with me about what I wanted and pointed out some things I didn’t think of.” Debbie