Your Personal, Hard-Working, and Reliable
Attorney at Law
Wes Ouchi always dreamed of being a civil rights attorney advocating for justice in the courtroom, however, he just couldn't seem to find his opportunity. Therefore, one morning he woke-up determined and contacted the first listing for Office space that he could find.
That same day, Wes gathered the savings that he made from working odd jobs after law school - signed a lease - and began helping every person that walked through the door, regardless of their ability to pay.
Every evening, Wes tirelessly worked into the early morning hours with the goal of winning each case and maximizing results. Everything was a challenge, but Wes never gave up.
Through following this approach, within a few years of opening his doors, Wes now represents some of the most high-profile civil rights cases in California and has appeared on Fox News, The Tucker Carlson Show, NBC4, Fox11, Good Day LA, KCAL9, CBS, Univision, NPR, Spectrum News, Telemundo, KPCC, and Estrella Media. Wes and his cases are also regularly covered by newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Vice, NBC, The Hill, New York Post, LA Daily News, Pasadena Star News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Daily Breeze, Witness LA, and various legal journals throughout the nation. (Read More).
Each year, Wes now wins some of the most significant cases in California and has helped countless people achieve justice in the courtroom... and the rest is all history!
Therefore, if your rights have been violated and you are in need of a fighter with a proven track record of achieving winning results, then please do not hesitate to give Wes a call. He would be glad to help.
B.A., University of California, Berkeley, with highest honors
Double Major: Psychology and Social Welfare
J.D., The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
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Old Town Pasadena Office
153 E. Walnut St., Suite A
Pasadena, California 91103
Tel: (213) 280-4330
Fax: (213) 440-9594
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