Never a prosecutor and always for the defense, Mr. Young relishes the challenge of... more
Never a prosecutor and always for the defense, Mr. Young relishes the challenge of fighting for the underdog and winning difficult cases while getting excellent results for clients. Born and raised in the bay area, Mr. Young went to college at UCLA. He returned to the bay area for law school with a keen interest in criminal law. Mr. Young was a certified law clerk at the San Francisco Public... view profile
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