Month: June 2015

We are proud to announce new office opening in San Francisco

We work hard to protect our clients’ constitutional rights against government persecution. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service while forcefully and creatively advocating for our clients in federal, state, and municipal proceedings. We have a long and successful track record of defending our clients against all sorts of criminal charges, including the most serious situations demanding the highest level of advocacy and discretion. While we strive to promote peace, we are always ready to do battle in courts and litigate matters through trial when compromise would not be the just result.

We are especially concerned with the injustice wrought by draconian punishments imposed for non-violent, victimless behavior and the over-criminalization of conduct that could be resolved more effectively through counseling, medical treatment, or spiritual guidance. While our practice is broad, we have a very extensive background litigating and trying serious cases involving marijuana and other controlled substances. In addition to criminal cases, we frequently represent individuals in significant civil disputes that align with our interests and professional experience.

We are pleased to announce that our office is expanding, and therefore we are opening a new location to accommodate this growth. Our new office conveniently located in the heart of San Francisco in Stadtmuller House (San Francisco Landmark #35).

Contact information:

819 Eddy St.
San Francisco,
CA 94109

Phone:(415) 771-6174
Fax: (415) 474-3748

Email: margolinlawrence@gmail.com

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This white Victorian, one block west of Van Ness, was built in the late 1880s and survived the fires of the 1906 earthquake. City authorities dynamited buildings downtown to stop the blaze, and 819 Eddy was on the border of the destruction zone. Story has it that the lady of the house fired rounds at the looters nosing around her property. For over 40 years this building has served as law offices for attorneys.