About Marshall M. Schulman
State Bar of California;
U.S. District Court, Northern District of California,
U.S District Court Central District of California,
U.S. District Court, Southern Districts of California;
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona;
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit;
U.S. Supreme Court
Law School: Loyola University of Los Angeles, J.D
College: University of California at Los Angeles
Bar Association of San Francisco,
Orange County Bar Association (Director;
Chairman, Delegation to State Bar Conference;
Past Chairman, Administration of Law Committee, Criminal Law Section; Arbitrator, Arbitration Committee;
Chairman, Criminal Law Section, Federal (Founding Member and Past Director) and American (Member, Criminal Law Section) Bar Associations;
State Bar of California (Member: Criminal Law and Procedure Committee,
Committee on Criminal Justice,
Criminal Law Advisory Committee, State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization;
Chairman; Criminal Law Section;
Member, Executive Committee, Criminal Law Section, and Advisor to the Executive Committee);
California Trial Lawyers Association;
California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (Founding Member);
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers;
American Board of Trial Advocates
Member, National Executive Committee,
California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (harter Member, Board of Directors,
Listed in Best Lawyers in America. Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County,.
Faculty Member, College of Trial Advocacy, Pepperdine University School of Law,,
Hastings College of Trial and Appellate Advocacy
Orange County College of Trial Advocacy.
Instructor on Criminal Law and Procedure, Western State University School of Law,
Lecturer, California Continuing Education of the Bar: "Recent Developments in Criminal Law Practice".
Lecturer, State Bar of California Annual Seminar and Criminal Law Section: "DUI/DMV A Comprehensive Program";
Multiple Aspects of DUI Cases, "DUI/DMV Proceedings"
Multiple Aspects of DUI Cases, DMV APS Proceedings and Protocols"
Multiple Aspects of DUI Cases, "DUI Cases/DMV Proceedings and Protocols",
Multiple Aspects of DUI Cases, "DUI/DMV Proceedings and Protocols", October 2000;
Deuce-A-Rama, "Cross Examination of the Police Officer", June 2001;
Deuce-A-Rama, "Cross Examination of A Criminalist", September 2001;
"What Schmerber Really Means," September 2002;
"50 Years of Jury Selection," September 2003;
"Trial Preparation," September 2004;
State Bar/University of California Extension on Criminal Law and Procedure.
Lecturer, California Public Defender Association Preparing Clients and Witnesses for Trial, June 2004.
Lecturer: Orange County Public Defenders;
"Federal Forfeitures", National Association of Legal Secretaries Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California,.
Lecturer: "Effective Cross Examination of Police Officer/Effective Handling of APS Hearing", Lorman Educational Services, Strategies for Handling DWI & DUI Cases, January 2000.
Speaker, University of San Francisco Law School American Inn of Court, 2002.
President, Orange County Criminal Courts Bar Association, Inc. Chairman, Orange County Criminal Defense Advocates.
Specialist, California Duece Defenders. Lecturer, State Bar of California, DMV Hearings and DUI Cases.
Board Member, Constitutional Rights Foundation.
President, Orange County Bar Foundation, 2000.
Expert Witness in Criminal Law and legal Malpractice.
Fellow: American Board of Criminal Lawyers;
American College of Trial Lawyers;
Robert Banyard American Inns of Court (Master Bencher, Founding Member, Orange County);
San Francisco Lawyers Club American Inn of Court (Master Bencher);
San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association;
Northern California Criminal Lawyers Association;
San Francisco Lawyers Club (Board Member, 2004—).
(Certified Specialist, Criminal Law, The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization);