Samoa, California Criminal Lawyers
Greg Rael has practiced law in Eureka, California since being admitted to the Bar in 1976. He received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Stanford University in 1972. After a year spent working for the United States Department of Labor he returned to Stanford to study law. He received his doctor of jurisprudence degree from Stanford Law School in 1976. Mr. Rael’s practice focuses on all aspects of criminal and juvenile law as well as related regulatory, governmental and civil rights matters. He has served as a consultant to California Continuing Education of the Bar, a...
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RECENT JURY AND COURT TRIAL SUCCESSES* DUI Jury Trial--Hung Jury, 0.01 DUI Probation (court trial), 0.05 DUI-THC, Opiates, gore point violation, drifting: Hung Jury 6-6 case dismissed, .22 DUI Hung Jury 6-6 case dismissed, .20 DUI Hung Jury 11-1 case dismissed, .20 DUI Stipulated Acquittal; set aside DMV, PC 148 Resting Arrest: Not Guilty, PC 242 Battery Not Guilty. *THIS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A GUARANTEE, WARRANTY, OR PREDICTION REGARDING THE...
Douglas L. Gardner has been practicing Criminal Law in California's North State for almost 30 years, spending 2 years in the Shasta County Public Defender's Office and 20 years in the Shasta County District Attorney's Office, where he spent several years as the supervisor of the Misdemeanor/Juvenile Division. He has been in private practice now for over 7 years handling strictly criminal and juvenile delinquency cases. He travels to Shasta, Tehama, Butte, Trinity, Siskiyou and Glenn Counties.
I have been involved in the criminal justice system for much of my adult life- as a Probation Officer, Deputy District Attorney, Judge Pro Tempore, and for the past 23 years as a committed fighter for the rights of the accused in Shasta County. I gained family law experience working in the facilitator's office as the Shasta Co. Superior Court Self-Help Attorney, and I enjoy assisting and empowering people to successfully access the judicial system.