Del M. Bohner, Criminal Defense Attorney. Criminal Law. Mr. Bohner received his undergraduate education at UC Davis and his law degree from UC Hastings, College of the Law. Mr. Bohner started his career in the Bay Area and joined our firm in 2013. His prior experience working in prosecutorsí offices gives him a unique advantage when negotiating settlements. However, Mr. Bohner is also known for taking cases to trial when it is beneficial to his clients.
Bruce R. Perry, is the owner and Senior Attorney at Perry & Associates. A graduate of UC Berkeley and UC Hastings School of the Law. Mr. Perry has practiced law since 1976 with a specialization in Criminal Defense. He has experience handling all types of criminal defense cases ranging from drug possession cases to murder cases. Mr. Perry is death penalty certified.
Robert M. Wildman, Of Counsel - Criminal Defense, Death Penalty Certified. A graduate of UOP and McGeorge School of Law. Mr. Wildman has been an attorney for almost 30 years. As an experienced advocate in California's Superior Court he has litigated and tried over 200 criminal jury trials including over thirty homicide cases, and 3 death penalty cases.
Michael D. Scheid, a graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law. He has been practicing law since 1990. His previous work as a Deputy District Attorney and later as a Child Support Attorney has given Mr. Scheid a unique insight into criminal defense. Mr. Scheid's breadth of experience as an advocate dealing in cases that range from DUI to homicide qualify him as a representative in all types of criminal defense cases. Mr. Scheid's representation has provided positive outcomes in jury trials and negotiated dispositions.
Martin Baker, Supervising Attorney - Delinquency Law, Criminal Defense. As well as being a powerful advocate in court, Mr. Baker is known for his knowledge of complex and novel legal issues and has had a number of articles published in legal journals, including the prestigious Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law. Mr. Baker graduated from Chapman University School of Law, where he served as editor on the Chapman Law Review.
Kellee C. Malone, Criminal Defense Attorney and Dependency Law Advocate. A graduate of UC Davis School of Law, King Hall. In 2006 she received the Charles Maylen Freedom Fighter Award. Ms. Malone served as co-counsel in People v. Cheryl Orange, the case that successfully presented Battered Woman's Syndrome evidence which led to Orange's acquittal. She continues to be a fierce advocate for her clients, got her vast trial experience working for the public defender's office. In addition to criminal defense, Ms. Malone also represents children in dependency cases.
Philip R. Lustri, Juvenile Defense Law. Mr. Lustri received his undergraduate education at Polytechnic Institute of New York in Brooklyn and is a graduate of Humphreys College, School of Law. Although during his 24 years in practice Mr. Lustri has dealt with many types of criminal cases, he is currently focused on defending juveniles.