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Of Counsel Criminal Defense Attorney Victor Sherman

Of Counsel Criminal Defense Attorney Victor ShermanAn experienced trial lawyer who has tried hundreds of cases in both federal and state courts, Victor has has defended clients in cases ranging from business fraud to drug offenses, tax crimes, securities fraud, money laundering, public corruption, customs violations and racketeering, as well as misdemeanor and felony offenses and crimes of violence such as murder, sexual assaults and arson.

Victor Sherman’s clients have included a “Watergate” defendant as well as a defendant charged with the largest bank heist in the nation. Attorney Victor Sherman has argued before the United States Supreme Court (United States v. $8,850) and Courts of Appeal in many federal circuits.

Victor Sherman was a national commentator during the O.J. Simpson murder trial, and is currently challenging the secret and indiscriminate wiretapping of over 100,000 California residents conducted by Los Angeles County District Attorney and law enforcement agencies in Southern California over the past decade.

Innovative and Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney

The Aspen Advanced Criminal Law Seminar was established by Victor Sherman in 1980 to foster an environment for defense attorney to share common experiences and learn from one another. The seminar has been co-sponsored by by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers since 1997.

Named one of the Best Lawyers in Southern California by the Los Angeles Times in its December supplement to the 2008 edition of the Los Angeles Times magazine, Victor regularly appears on MSNBC to provide legal commentary on current high profile cases.

Victor Sherman received his B.S. in Business from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1962 and his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law), in 1965.