Debra J. Wegman, Esq.

Debra J. Wegman is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, and Loyola Law School.  She has represented clients with integrity and dedication in both civil and criminal cases for 30 years, focusing on complex cases and appellate work.  Ms. Wegman has several published California Court of Appeal cases. She obtained a rare full reversal of a second degree murder conviction for her client in the case of People v. To (unpublished opinion).

A former board member of  California’s statewide trial attorneys association, Ms. Wegman has lobbied legislators in Sacramento to protect the rights of individuals against powerful corporations and governmental entities. She testified before the California State Senate Judiciary Insurance Subcommittee during the corruption scandal involving former Insurance Commissioner Quackenbush after the Northridge earthquake. She is a former editor of the Advocate, a trial lawyer journal, and has participated as both a moderator and speaker in numerous educational seminars for attorneys.

Ms. Wegman believes there is no substitute for thorough preparation of each client’s case, regardless of the nature of the case. She is committed to providing every client the same standard of excellence and attention required of her. While no lawyer can guarantee what the outcome of a case will be, Ms. Wegman’s meticulous attention to detail and legal scholarship provides assurance that she will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible outcome for them.