municipal prosecution

One of the integral components of local government operations that we excel in is municipal prosecution.  It is a pivotal function responsible for upholding the law and ensuring justice within a municipality.

If your municipality faces legal challenges related to code violations, public nuisances, or other infractions, we invite you to contact Curtis and the Serviam Team for a complimentary preliminary case analysis.  Together, we can navigate the legal complexities and uphold the law, ensuring a safer, more prosperous community for all.

At Serviam, our Managing Partner, Curtis Wright, leads a specialized team with extensive experience in municipal prosecutions.  Curtis is a seasoned city prosecutor and city attorney, representing numerous municipal agencies throughout California.  His expertise ensures that we provide efficient, effective, and comprehensive legal solutions to our clients.

Contact Info

Curtis Wright is the managing partner at the Silver & Wright Law Firm in Irvine, California.

(949) 529-5922


  • Criminal Prosecution
  • Gun & Deadly Weapon Forfeitures
  • Receiverships
  • Nuisance Abatement
  • Code Enforcement
  • Dangerous Buildings
  • Substandard Housing
  • Building Code Violations
  • Dangerous Buildings
  • Red-Tag / Condemnation
  • Slumlord Properties
  • Hoarders
  • Junkyards
  • Drug Houses
  • Abandoned Buildings
  • Blighted Properties
  • Nuisance Properties
  • Vacant Properties
  • Apartment Complexes
  • Single-Family Residences
  • Cannabis & Marijuana
  • Illegal Gambling
  • Unlawful Businesses
  • Prostitution & Massage Parlors
  • Human Trafficking Enforcement
  • Recycling Facilities
  • Land-Use & Zoning Violations
  • Health & Safety Code Enforcement
  • Building Code Violations
  • Sidewalk Vending
  • Street Vending
  • Administrative Citations
  • Civil Litigation
  • Civil Fines
  • Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO)
  • Civil Injunctions
  • Cost Recovery


AB 436—Ending the ban on cruising and lowriders

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Legal Update:  AB 436—local jurisdictions may no longer ban lowriding vehicles nor cruising. A bill legalizing lowrider cruising throughout California was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom effective January 1, 2024.  Prior to 2024, the California...