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Stephen K. Dunkle - Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Barbara Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Frequent Case Types
Read more about the types of cases I often handle.White Collar Crime in Santa Barbara, CA
Criminal DefenseState and FederalBusiness and Securities OffensesComplex Civil LitigationAppeals
Current Employment Position(s)
Partner since 2011
CaliforniaU.S. District Court Northern District of CaliforniaU.S. District Court Central District of CaliforniaU.S. District Court Eastern District of CaliforniaU.S. District Court Southern District of CaliforniaU.S. District Court Central District of IllinoisU.S. District Court Northern District of IllinoisU.S. District Court for the District of ColumbiaU.S. Court of Appeals 7th CircuitU.S. Court of Appeals 9th CircuitU.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia CircuitSupreme Court of the United States of America
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)California Public Defender's Association (CPDA) California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ), Co-editor of the CACJ Forum magazine and serves on CACJ's Amicus Committee and Contempt CommitteeCalifornia Appellate Defense Counsel (CADC)American Bar Association (ABA)Santa Barbara County Bar Association
University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, California, 2003Pomona College, 2000
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