Justin Irish - Costa Mesa, California 92627

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Address:
250 E 17th Street , Costa Mesa , California 92627

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949-836-0543

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justin@irishlawoc.com

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Hi, my name is Justin D. Irish. I'm the founder of the Law Offices of Justin D. Irish, a full-service law practice serving Orange County and the surrounding areas.I grew up in Florida, graduating from Florida Atlantic University in 2009. Shortly after, I ventured West to California to pursue my dreams of becoming an Attorney. The Law Offices of Justin D. Irish is dedicated to fighting for the rights of clients and attaining the best possible results. Criminal Defense/DUI/Traffic.

Justin Irish is located in the Costa Mesa area of California. There are at least 4 other listings in the 92627 postcode area.

Lawyers in California 92627

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In light of what 90% of the internet is made of the judgement sounds excessive but after one of the numbskull hotel ownership groups employees(?) showed his buddies the vid in a restaurant while the trial was ongoing I say go Erin!
3/7/2016 11:04:50 PM

This is one of those cases of mistaken identity that the police involved should be held accountable for. Unfortunately they wont...
1/27/2016 11:16:05 PM

Well Lifelock has added a disclaimer to their commercials that says something like " of course, nobody can prevent all identity theft" which is sufficient but reveals the truth about the company, it doesn't actually protect you one iota. In fact, they have a reputation for deceptive practices, especially concerning billing, yet people still give them their hard earned $...
12/18/2015 9:32:02 PM

Oh, the irony...
12/7/2015 8:51:42 PM

I wish they would ban their commercials as well...
11/10/2015 11:17:23 PM

One of Obama's positive legacies will be how he dealt with the coal industry. In light of an abundance of other fuels that aren't nearly as harmful to the environment bringing the hammer down on the coal miners was only harmful if you were a coal miner or a shareholder. Unless there is a change of heart, this judge's decision essentially puts the nail in the coffin for Arch, one of the largest coal miners around.
10/22/2015 5:38:06 PM

Wow, it's sickening how callous some people are. Maybe I'm too inquisitive but taking a pic of somebody you just ran over and posting it to social media makes me think this accident might have been more the driver taking an opportunity to run someone over and be within the letter of the law...
10/21/2015 5:03:15 PM

As comedian Ron White says, "you can't fix stupid." I'm sure he'll be caring when he starts serving time in the slammer.
10/20/2015 10:38:12 PM

Because Florida...
10/13/2015 10:39:16 PM

Well this may be the beginning of something interesting but it will take a lot to bring down the 21st century's Teflon Don. Heck, even if he was convicted Blatter is so arrogant I bet he'd flee to a country that doesn't extradite to Switzerland and would question the partiality of the Swiss justice system. It goes to show you the power of sports (especially soccer), if corruption was as blatantly rampant inside a Fortune 500 company you can bet the stock of that company would be at its 52 week low. Soccer, despite Fifa, is at its 52 week high and is only gonna keep on soaring.
9/25/2015 4:23:59 PM

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