Sana T Abbasi, Esq. is a California licensed attorney and became a member of the state bar on June of 2015. She graduated from Santa Clara Univeristy, School of Law, where she completed her Juris Doctorate. Prior to attending law school, Sana re...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Criminal Defense, Business
Searching for a knowledgeable Alameda County criminal defense lawyer? Karlstrom & Krebs is a team of lawyers with over 60 years of combined experience. They have handled thousands of cases in state and federal courts, including both felonies and m...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration
Fatima Silva is an Associate at the Law Offices of James V. McGrail. Ms. Silva’s practice areas include Criminal Defense, Immigration and Personal Injury. Prior to joining the law offices, Ms. Silva worked for a civil litigation firm in San Franci...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Personal Injury, Criminal Defense
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