SHERMAN M. ELLISON
Attorney at Law
Sherman M. Ellison started practicing law in 1970. He focuses exclusively on the traffic ticket and criminal defence as a trial attorney. Mr. Ellison has vast experience within all United District Courts in California, Hawaii, and Oregon; the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth and Eight Circuit; the United States Supreme Court; as well as all of the courts in the state of California Court system.
Sherman M. Ellison is the self-proclaimed “Best Traffic Ticket Attorney In The State of California”, as a result of his extreme detail-orientation, effectiveness, and conscientiousness. He is professionally affiliated with numerous organizations, amongst which: the National Motorist’s Association; California Attorneys for Criminal Justice; Criminal Courts Bar Association; California Public Defenders Association; Los Angeles County Bar Association — Criminal Law Section; the California State Bar — Criminal Law Section, as well as the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
A list of Mr. Ellison’s precedent-setting appeals and published opinions include, in chronological order: United States District Court: U.S.A. v. Redondo, 980 F.Supp. 1114 (1997); People v. Williams, 168 C.A.3d 349 (1984); United States Court of Appeals: U.S.A. v. Myers, 543 F.2d 721 (1977); California Supreme Court: People v. Superior Court [Keifer], 3 Cal.3d 807 (1970).
Sherman M. Ellison finished his undergraduate studies at U.C.L.A and then moved on to receive an Honorable Discharge from the United Stated Marine Corp. He was then accepted to Dental School. However, he decided to pursue a different career, therefore joining the University of La Verne, College of Law. In 1969, Mr. Ellison earned an LLB and J.D., passed the California bar examination in November and on January 15, 1970, was sworn into practice law.