George Kita is a criminal defense lawyer who handles both felony and misdemeanor cases. He has been a lawyer for 20 years. He has extensive experience in handling Sex Crimes, Theft Crimes, Serious Felonies and Juvenile cases. He is a nationally published legal author on Inside the Minds, "Protecting the Future of Juveniles," published by Thomson Reuters, one of the largest legal publishing companies in the world. He is a frequent guest speaker at the Los Angeles County Superior Court and the Los Angeles County Probation Department. As a product of the Albert Sitton Home, (now called Orangewood children's home), Mr. Kita has a significant understanding of the need for effective representation for children. Among his most notable cases are as follows: Dismissal of Possession for Sales of Drug case out of the West Covina Court, Dismissal of Embezzlement case out of the Pomona Superior Court, Dismissal of .15% DUI case out of the Inglewood Superior Court, Dismissal of .15% DUI case out of the Whittier Court, Dismissal of .27% DUI case out of the San Pedro Court, Dismissal of case involving 17 felony cases of 288(a), Dismissal of 8 counts of 288(a), Factual Findings of Innocence of Home Invasion Robbery, to name a few.