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RGB Law Group is a unique law practice committed to a special sort of attorney-client relationship. Our clients come to us from all over the globe with complex, one-of-a-kind projects that require equally unique legal representation. We meet the challenge.


We have a global reputation for California expungements, California pardonsCertificates of Rehabilitation, Special Projects, Cognitive Liberty, Artist Representation and other off-grid lawyering


Languages spoken: French

Practice areas


  1. Criminal Defense: 50%
    26 years, 5 thousand cases
  2. Constitutional: 35%
    26 years, 50 cases
  3. Arbitration: 15%
    11 years, 50 cases



Hourly ($350-550/hour), Fixed (sometimes)

Payment types:

Check, Credit card

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Law Firm of Richard Glen Boire

216 F St # 9
Davis, CA, 95616


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyLaw Office of Richard Glen Boire1993 - Present
Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy + Of CouncilCenter for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics2000 - 2005
Associate AttorneyCrymes, Hardie & Heer1991 - 1992
Publication nameTitleDate
Configurations, John Hopkins University PressSimulations: Law, Religion, and Psychotomimetics2005
American Journal of BioethicsSearching The Brain: The Fourth Amendment Implications of Brain-Based Deception Detection Devices2005
California Daily JournalCognitive Liberty in the Age of Memory Management Drugs2004
The Independent Review, Vol. VIII, No. 4.Saying Yes – A Review of Jacob Sullum’s book2004
Los Angeles Daily Journal, Vol. 116, No. 45Laws Should Blend Freedom With Knowledge of the Brain2003
Christian Science MonitorTaking Issue with the Supreme Court2002
The Independent Review, Vol. VII, No. 2John Stuart Mill and the Liberty of Inebriation2002
Extra! The Magazine of FAIR - The Media Watch Group, Vol. 14, No. 2Banning Books in the Digital Age2001
Insight on the News, Vol. 17, No. 5New Law will Weaken the First Amendment and make Librarians Internet Censors2001
Boston’s Weekly Dig, Vol. 2, Issue 40Laced Media: This is your Brain on Subliminal Political Advertising2000
Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 24, No. 3Accommodating Religious Users of Controlled Substances: A Model Amendment to the Controlled Substances Act1994
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of California - Santa BarbaraN/AN/AN/A
University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of LawN/AN/AN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
The Brain and Beyond: National Bioethics ConferenceBioethics on the Mind2005
Invited Workshop ParticipantLaw, Behavior, Privacy, and the Brain2004
Culture Speaker’s Series.Cognitive Liberty: What is the Future of Freedom of Thought & Privacy in the Age of Pharmacotherapy, Brain Fingerprinting, Memory Management Drugs, and Hypersonic Sound?2004
Mind States IV ConferenceNeuroPrivacy or NeuroCops?2003
Guest SpeakerCognitive Liberty and Neuroethics2003
Guest SpeakerHow Free is Freedom of Thought Today?2003
Fundraiser for Fruit of the Gods Documentary FilmA Brief History of the Law and Policy of Imagination2003
Symposium on Sensible Drug PolicyCognitive Liberty: The Necessary Compliment to Harm Reduction2002
Symposium on Religious Freedoms, Spirituality and Shamanistic PracticesCognitive Liberty, the Courts and Brain Privacy2002
National Conference Students for Sensible Drug PolicyTalking Fundamentals: Cognitive Liberty and National Drug Policy2002
National Conference Students for Sensible DrugA Short Discourse on Technologies of Reverberation2002
Mind States IConstitutional Law 1011997