The Law Office of Christopher A. Lamiero

The Law Office of Christopher A. Lamiero

25 years of criminal law experience/former prosecutor. I have been a criminal law practitioner for nearly 25 years. The vast majority of those years have been spent as a state court prosecutor in both Alameda and Santa Clara County.

Firm Overview

I have now launched my own criminal defense practice. I've done so in order to bring my experience to work for those accused of criminal wrongdoing. The criminal justice system is a complex labyrinth not easily navigated by those unfamiliar with it. If you are accused of a crime, you need an experienced advocate to fight to protect and defend your rights. I am here to do just that. The criminal justice system rarely sees the individual. It tends to group people into categories for easier processing. To that end, it tends to treat those accused of criminal wrongdoing as if they are defined by the accusation leveled against them. I represent people, not categories. You deserve representation tailored to your unique, individual circumstances. I am here to provide you with individual represenation. As a former prosecutor, I know what makes a strong defense and I will fight for you, the individual.

Main Office

Main Office
11501 Dublin Blvd
Suite 200
Dublin , CA 94568


(925) 479-0079


(925) 452-8201


Free Initial Consultation?


Office Information

Office Manager

Rose Henninger

Emergency After Hours


Languages Spoken

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Criminal Defense

A Custom-Tailored Defense For A Variety Of Criminal Charges. As a former state prosecutor, I understand the serious nature of all types of criminal charges. I am committed to the best possible outcome for your individual situation.

Whether navigating the complexities of a felony or misdemeanor charge, I provide knowledgeable and experienced defense counsel for a range of criminal cases, including but not limited to:

-Rape or Sexual assault
-Assault and Battery
-Armed robbery
-Domestic abuse.

-Manufacturing or Cultivation

-Petty theft
-Grand theft

-Carrying a concealed weapon
-Possessing illegal firearms
-Brandishing a weapon
-Selling firearms illegally
-Possessing a firearm as a felon
-Discharging a firearm from a vehicle or at an occupied dwelling.

While any conviction for a crime can affect your livelihood, your opportunities and your personal life, some charges are more serious than others and carry the potential for negative consequences that will last the rest of your life.

At The Law Office of Christopher A. Lamiero, I work hard to help each client understand the nature of the offense and the possible effects a conviction may have on your life. Knowing what you are up against may help you participate more fully in the construction of a strong defense strategy. I will evaluate your case and advise you of your best options.

Schedule your free consultation by calling (925) 479-0079 or emailing:

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Christopher Lamiero

The Law Office of Christopher A. Lamiero

I was born and raised in Alameda County. I grew up in San Leandro, graduating in 1982 from what was then Marina High School. I proudly supported my way through college and law school as a member of Teamsters Local 70, in Oakland. During my years as a Teamster, I handled freight and drove trucks, working for Sea-Land Service, UPS, Arkansas Best Freight, Northwest Trucking, Willig Trucking, Lucky Stores, Union Pacific Railroad, and many other Alameda County Transportation companies.

After graduating from law school and passing the California Bar Exam, I began my legal career in the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, where I remained for over 21 years. While there, I prosecuted some of the most serious, high profile felony cases in the county. I then spent several years as a prosecutor in the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office. In my nearly 25 years as a government prosecutor, I came to understand the invaluable contribution to our way of life made by the criminal defense bar. Moreover, I came to see that there is no greater guardian of personal liberty in our society than the criminal defense attorney.

I have decided that I will spend the balance of my professional career fighting for the rights of those accused of criminal wrongdoing. I have seen firsthand the cold indifference of our criminal justice system. I've seen the loneliness and desperation of countless, good people caught up in the machinery of that system. I look forward to doing all I can to help those caught in its crosshairs.


University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, California
Juris Doctor, 1993

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