Mr. Campbell graduated summa cum laude in 1999 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics as well as minors in Mathematics and Chemistry. Mr. Campbell then taught high school math and physics in Long Beach, CA for four years before choosing to continue his education by enrolling in U.C. Hastings College of the Law. While there, Mr. Campbell spent time advocating for the homeless at General Assistance Advocacy Project, served on the editorial board of U.C. Hastings' Race and Poverty Law Journal, served as co-president of Hastings' National Lawyers Guild chapter, and completed the intensive curriculum of the Criminal Law Clinic offered by the school. Mr. Campbell graduated from Hastings in 2007.
In addition to his academic background, Mr. Campbell obtained experience working in the field of eviction defense as a law clerk at San Francisco's La Raza Centro Legal. In the summer of 2006, he began working as a certified law clerk at the Marin County Office of the Public Defender where he gained valuable experience writing and arguing motions as well as participating in two trials.
Mr. Campbell has been committed to issues related to social justice since his youth and has worked in a variety of fields in an effort to provide support to those in need of assistance. He carries out his work in the criminal defense field with these same commitments in mind and brings to his practice a sense of respect for his clients and a desire to work closely with them to obtain the best possible results in their cases.
At Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, Mr. Campbell has drafted and argued numerous motions in both felony and misdemeanor cases at the state level and has worked on appeals at both the state and federal level. Mr. Campbell has had numerous successes over the past year, winning motions and convincing courts to side with the defendant.
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