SHERMAN M. ELLISON
Sherman M. Ellison is a California trial attorney whose practice is exclusively traffic ticket defense. He has been admitted to and practiced in all United States District Courts within California, Hawaii and Oregon; the United States Supreme Court as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Eighth Circuit.
Published opinions and precedent setting appeals by Sherman include California Supreme Court: People v. Superior Court [Keifer], 3 Cal.3d 807 (1970); California Court of Appeals: People v. Williams, 168 C.A.3d 349 (1984); United States Court of Appeals: U.S.A. v. Myers, 543 F.2d 721 (1977); and United States District Court: U.S.A. v. Redondo, 980 F.Supp. 1114 (1997).
Sherman’s professional affiliations include the National Motorist’s Association; the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys; California Attorneys for Criminal Justice; California Public Defenders Association; Criminal Courts Bar Association; Los Angeles County Bar Association (Criminal Law Section) and the California State Bar (Criminal Law Section).
Sherman has recently appeared before the Los Angeles City Council, as well as on numerous radio, television and print media outlets. Sherman is widely considered on the pre-eminent legal authorities on traffic ticket defense throughout California.
Sherman attended UCLA as an undergraduate before entering the United States Marine Corp. After first being accepted to dental school Sherman did a career about-face and made the important decision to pursue his career in law, earning an L.L.B. and a J.D. In 1969 Sherman was sworn in to practice law on January 15, 1970.
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