Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen, Esq. successfully had warrants recalled out of Alameda County and Contra Costa County.
Firm Owner David J. Cohen, Esq. Publishes Article in CACJ Flash!Nuggets About Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 Resentencing
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. publishes a new article in CACJ Flash!Nuggets about Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 resentencing.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. has been nominated for the 2023 CACJ Board of Governors!
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen speaks at Eden Regional Outreach Program (ROP) to high school students about careers in the legal field.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Senior attorney, of counsel, Cherie R. Wallace was able to get a restraining order dismissed involving potential medical licensing issues in San Francisco County.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC welcomes new Post-bar law clerk Kate O. Bredenberg to the team who joins us after her recent graduation from the University of Hastings, College of Law.
Attorney Clint C. Christofferson was able to get a client’s felony reduced to a misdemeanor in San Mateo County by way of California Penal Code Section 17(b) for a client who had a history of probation violations including a charge for unlawful possession of ammunition while on probation.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC would like to introduce you to some of the newest members of our admin team. Without the hard work and dedication of our admin team, the attorneys would not be able to have the unwavering focus we have on our clients’ matters.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Alexander P. Guilmartin recently had a case dismissed in San Mateo County for a client facing hit and run charges.
Earlier this year Senior attorney of counsel Cherie R. Wallace became a member of the San Mateo County Private Defender Program (PDP Program) where she handles various criminal matters for indigent clients out of San Mateo County ranging from misdemeanors to life-top felonies.