Thomas J Ogas Law Office

Firm Overview

Main Office
Main Office
1300 Clay St # 600
Oakland  CA  94612
  • (510) 645-1529
General Practice Criminal Law Firm handling all matters from Misdemeanors and DUIs to serious Felony charges. 12 Years of experience. Dedicated personal service and positive results.
Attorney Thomas Ogas personally handles all of his clients' cases. He is a experienced criminal defense attorney who has tried more than 40 cases before juries. He serves an Associate Professor at Cal State East Bay teaching Criminal Law, and is a Past-President of the Alameda County Barristers. All clients receive a free consultation and an honest assessment of their case. Thomas Ogas prides himself in client service and satisfaction, and he will work as long as it takes for you to get the best possible results.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Criminal Law has always been my passion and was the reason I went to law school in the first place.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Thomas Ogas is a professor of Criminal Law at Cal State East Bay, has previously coached for Mock Trial competitions, volunteers as a judge for Mock Trial competitions, and has tried more than 40 cases before juries.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Service, responsiveness, honesty, commitment.

Tom Ogas

2000 - 2005, Deputy Public Defender.
2005 - present, Private Practice. Criminal Law.

Past President Alameda County Barristers
Current President Cherry City Toastmasters
Adjunct Professor Cal. State East Bay
  • Bar Number: 206543
    California , 2000
  • Pepperdine University School of Law
    JD , 1999

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