Allen Sawyer

Allen Sawyer is a Stockton Criminal Defense Attorney and Personal Injury Attorney serving clients in Stockton and the surrounding area.

Allen Sawyer completed his undergraduate education at the University of the Pacific. He went on to enroll in law school at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor. Attorney Sawyer became licensed to practice law in the state of California in 1994, and he is an active member of the State Bar of California. In 2003, he founded his own firm: the Law Offices of Allen Sawyer, where he offers both criminal defense and personal injury services.

Experienced Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Attorney

Attorney Allen Sawyer practices both criminal defense and personal injury law in Stockton.

  • Personal Injury Law – Attorney Allen Sawyer represents individuals who have been injured because of another person or company’s negligence. He accepts all types of personal injury cases, including dog bites, falls and car accidents. Regardless of the situation, he helps his clients fight for the compensation they deserve.
  • Criminal Defense Law – Attorney Allen Sawyer also represents people who have been charged with crimes in Stockton or the surrounding area. He represents defendants facing all types of charges, including DUI. Whether you are facing your first charge or you have an extensive criminal history, Attorney Allen Sawyer will do his best to help you minimize your chances of conviction.

Aggressive, Compassionate Attorney in Stockton

Allen Sawyer understands how difficult it can be to deal with legal issues. While personal injury clients are fighting for well-deserved compensation, criminal defense clients are often fighting for their freedom. For this reason, Attorney Sawyer treats every client he represents with respect and dignity throughout the duration of the case, regardless of the specifics. He always makes himself available to answer any questions his clients may have, and he will be by your side each time you have to go to court.

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