Christine R. Martin
Throughout her legal and law school career, Christine Martin passionately dedicated herself to the criminal defense field, championing the rights of innocent individuals. In her formative years, Ms. Martin volunteered at the Seton Hall Exoneration Project in Newark, New Jersey, where she tirelessly assisted numerous individuals wrongly accused of crimes such as murder, double homicide, drug possession and sales, gang crimes, among others. Drawing upon her legal acumen and a commitment to justice, Ms. Martin worked diligently to secure the release of those unjustly sentenced to prison.
Ms. Martin pursued her legal education at Whittier Law School, commencing her journey with distinction through an Admission Merit Scholarship. During her time in law school, she maintained a dynamic schedule, holding key positions including Article Editor for the Whittier Law Review, Fellow at the Center for Children and Families Fellowship and Scholarship, Lead Defense Counsel in Criminal Trial Advocacy, and earning recognition as a graduate with honors at the Honor’s Award Dinner.
Following experiences in various legal fields such as Personal Injury, Contract and Transaction Law, Family Law, and Adoption Law, Ms. Martin discovered her true calling in Criminal Defense. Demonstrating excellence, she has successfully resolved numerous cases, contributing her expertise to numerous matters at various stages, spanning infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. Ms. Martin has tackled diverse cases, including DUI, DWI, Theft Crimes, Sex Crimes, Violent Crimes, and White-Collar Crimes, while also providing valuable Post Conviction services.