Michael Ruttle graduated summa cum laude (top 5%) from Whittier Law School in 2012, with a concentration in International & Comparative law. There, he served as President of the Moot Court Honors Board, and was a member of the Whittier Law Review....
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, General Practice
I am passionate about the practice of criminal law, because I take great personal satisfaction in serving people who face the full weight of the state’s criminal justice system, and getting them through what is undoubtedly the most difficult and t...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Criminal Defense, Asylum, DUI & DWI
Review: “Ms. Wallace worked diligently to win my legal malpractice case. She made what promised to be a painful protracted legal battle an easy to handle case which I was very satisfied with.”
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Car Accidents, Civil Rights, Employment & Labor, Personal Injury
Review: “Attorney Grande is one of the best bankruptcy attorneys out there. She really knows her stuff. I was very impressed on how her office handled my case from the beginning to the end. Ms. Grande was extremely reliable and pr...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Bankruptcy & Debt, Criminal Defense
Review: “Mr. Mazorow always took a personal interest in my legal problem. He would always take his time to make sure that I understood the legal issues which were involved so that we could reach an informed and intelligent decisi...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Trusts, Estate Planning, Litigation
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