Ezekiel E. Cortez is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, California State Bar... more
Ezekiel E. Cortez is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization after passing the federal specialist examination. For over a decade, Mr. Cortez has been continuously listed in The Best Lawyers In America- a national standard of excellence for the legal profession. Mr. Cortez has been listed in San Diego Magazine's "Best Lawyers In San Di... view profile
Alaleh Kamran is acriminal defense attorney, who for the last 20 years, has... more
Alaleh Kamran is acriminal defense attorney, who for the last 20 years, has dedicated her practice to the defense of the constitution, humanitarian causes, and grassroots community efforts to intervene on behalf of the defenseless. Hercriminalpractice covers drug related offenses, violent crimes such as murders to white collar crimes, including money laundering structuring cases, on the State ... view profile
Profile: Martindale-Hubbell AV rating. Listed as one of the 15 Most Influential... more
Profile: Martindale-Hubbell AV rating. Listed as one of the 15 Most Influential Black Lawyers in the United States, (Savoy magazine, August 2003). Selected as one of nine attorneys nationwide for Forbes On-Air Magazine's. "A Special Tribute to America's Best Lawyers," and as one of the Top Black Lawyers in LA by LA Focus 2007.
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