I am a UCLA graduate with a BA in Econcomics. I received my law degree from... more
I am a UCLA graduate with a BA in Econcomics. I received my law degree from Southwestern University in Los Angeles in 1976, and I was admitted to the California State Bar in December 1976. I opened my practice in El Cajon in July 1977. My community interests include coaching soccer and little league for my children, officiating those sports as a volunteer, past memeber of the East County ... view profile
Michael obtained his Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and a minor in... more
Michael obtained his Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and a minor in Political Science from San Diego State University. He commenced his legal education at California Western School of Law in San Diego, CA. While completing his legal studies Michael worked for San Diego County Public Defender's Office and Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office obtaining a balanced perspective fr... view profile
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