Ronald D. MacGregor is not your average attorney. Ronald, or Ron to his clients, has developed a reputation in the industry for being a no-nonsense straight-shooter with his clients, and a merciless bulldog on their behalf in the courtroom. For over 40 years, Mr. MacGregor has worked on several complex, highly technical cases that have required superior legal skills and has done so with a great deal of success.
Mr. MacGregor's legal advantage stems from his unwavering dedication to his clients. He firmly believes in a person's right to a fair trial by competent attorneys who will represent them to the best of their abilities. No matter what type of charges you or your loved one is facing, Mr. MacGregor relishes the opportunity to expose any weaknesses that allow you and yours to obtain a favorable case outcome. Mr. MacGregor's experience practicing criminal defense law helps him to produce the types of results coveted by his clients.
Attorney MacGregor's legal success in 2012 has helped him obtain recognition by the OC Metro as a Top Orange County Attorney in their 2013 Top Attorneys issue.
Attorney MacGregor has worked on behalf of several high-profile criminal offenders, most-notably the "Zebra Murders" which were adapted into two books and a movie that is currently in development. Attorney MacGregor was the first criminal defense lawyer to convince the Appellate court that "attempted involuntary manslaughter" is contradictory and used this as a basis to have his client's charges dismissed. His contribution to the ever-changing legal landscape and the ways in which attorneys defend and prosecute today's alleged offenders are undeniable.
Ronald D. MacGregor, Esq., graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (1973). He received his Constitutional Law Education from United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy and began practicing law in Northern California.
In 1980 he began the first volunteer alcohol program for DUI violators in Monterey County.
He has numerous published cases not the least of which was the finding by the Appellate Court that, "...there is no such crime as attempted involuntary manslaughter".
He instructed new lawyers in Administrative law and Department of Motor Vehicle Law for the Orange County Bar Association for three years and to date, in Orange County, has represented over 10,000 DUI related defendants and has appeared and argued before the California Supreme Court.
Outside of the office, Mr. MacGregor's passion for the law continues and is evidenced by his growing collection of Supreme Court Justice photographs, autographs, and other memorabilia. Additionally, Mr. MacGregor enjoys researching the great literary works of his favorite authors, which include, Socrates, Alexander Pope, and Sir Francis Bacon.
Mr. MacGregor's immense legal knowledge and experience representing those charged with a wide variety of different offenses gives him the ability to provide case evaluations that have helped countless people. Not only does Mr. MacGregor provide consultation and case evaluations for first-time callers, but he does so for free, up to one hour. If you are facing criminal charges in California call (949) 239-1037 and speak with Mr. MacGregor. He will do his best to help you view your case form a perspective of defending yourself and receive information that is specific to your case. Many of your fears will be discarded and you may become more confident in your chances of success. Knowing what your options are will help you to make informed decisions and move forward.
2013 "OC Metro Top Attorney"
Represented more than 10,000 DUI defendants
Published numerous cases not the least of which was the finding by the Appellate Court that, "...there is no such crime as attempted involuntary manslaughter".
Instructed new lawyers in Administrative Law and The Department of Motor Vehicle Law for the Orange County Bar Association.
Has Appeared and Argued and Won before the California Supreme Court
State Bar of California
J.D. - University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1973