Ivan O B Morse, Attorney
Ivan O.B. Morse has been an attorney since 1981. Prior to being admitted to the California State Bar, he was an Oakland Police Officer for seven (7) years. This unique combination equipped him with a tremendous understanding and knowledge of the law.
Mr. Morse enjoys helping people and he makes sure his clients understand he has their best interests in mind. He has 32 years of experience with the criminal justice system. He is an experienced trial attorney with experience in criminal defense of such alleged crimes as: shoplifting, drunk driving, drunk driving with injury, vehicular manslaughter, hit and run, domestic violence, elder abuse, possession of controlled substances, illegal drugs, child abuse, grand theft, petty theft, illegal sex with minors, prostitution, child molestation, indecent exposure, juvenile crimes, white collar crimes, felonies, misdemeanors, federal crimes, state crimes, and all other alleged crimes against person or property. He is also an experienced estate planning attorney having prepared numerous estate plans including trusts, simple wills, testamentary trusts, living wills, living trusts, probate avoidance, trust administration, beneficiary's rights, heir's rights, powers of attorney, etc., for small, medium and large estates. He is also experienced in civil rights law, discrimination law, real estate law, personal injury law, and employment law, just to name a few. His vast experience in all of these areas of law make him a better criminal defense lawyer, especially when combined with his experience as an Oakland Police Officer.
DUI - DWI
Personal Injury Lawsuit
If you visit other parts of the world, you will find that they are maybe a running joke about Americans. I have friends from Australia, and they often tell me that suing someone seems to be the American way.
by Kevin Cortright
Defective Product Design Cases, Excluding Other Causes and Feasible Design Alternatives
A look at the requirement of Feasible Design Alternative, and the need to show that a product is unreasonably dangerous in order to recover in a Strict liability Case.
by John Cherundolo
Removable Guards and the Case for Liability. What Warnings?
A look at the American Airlines case involving a baggage handler rendered quadriplegic as a result of an alleged defect in the baggage cart.
by John Cherundolo