I am a graduate of the California State University, Long Beach, and University of California Davis, School of Law. I have practiced criminal defense for over twenty years in California’s Central Valley in both State and Federal courts, at the trial and appellate level, representing men and women in almost every type of criminal case. I am a member of California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and the Criminal Law section of the California State Bar Association.
I have never worked for any government agency that prosecutes folks.
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Mr. Revvill is a so competent in criminal laws and defense that other attorneys seek his advice how to handle their cases. He is very experienced in handling trial, motion practice, case settlement, and sentencing. He is kind, generous, and diligent. He will fight for the best outcome for every case he handles and represent his clients zealously. I highly recommend Mr. Revvill!
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|Owner||Law Office of Jack Carson Revvill||1996 - Present|
|Associate||Law Office of Neal Hart Pedowitz||1991 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|California DUI Lawyers Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|California Attorneys for Criminal Justice||Member||1992 - Present|
|Fresno County Bar Association||Member||1992 - Present|
|State Bar of California, Criminal Law Section||Member||1991 - Present|
|People v. Michael Garcia, Jr.: Fresno Superior Court case number F05904615-2||Jury acquitted on each murder count and found client guilty of voluntary manslaughter.|
|People v. Robert Reyna: Kings County Superior Court case number 08CM3386||Jury acquitted on felony charges and lesser misdemeanor false imprisonment, and hung 9-3 for acquittal on lesser misdemeanor battery, which the DDA then dismissed.|
|People v. Carlos Aroni: Fresno County Superior Court case number 0560923-5||The court declared a mistrial after the jury hung 8-4 for acquittal. Prior to retrial, defendant entered a conditional plea to a sexual battery. He successfully completed his conditional settlement period and the court dismissed the case.|
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|University of California Davis School of Law||N/A||J.D.||1990|
|California State University Long Beach||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1985|