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San Diego Lawyer Bradley Corbett Is Dedicated to His Profession

Since beginning practicing law, Corbett has handled over 2,000 cases and has earned a reputation as a passionate and a tireless advocate


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Usually, an individual chooses his profession. Sometimes though, the profession chooses the individual. Such was the case with Bradley Corbett.

A Los Angeles County native, Bradley Corbett grew up in southern California, attending Glendora High School during his teens. Bradley was very athletic in his youth, and displayed a great deal of skill playing basketball and tennis, and was admitted to C.I.F. for both sports. His life as a teenager was otherwise typical, at least until his senior year.

As it happens for many of us, turning 18 put Bradley into the pool of available potential jurors, and he was called to jury duty much sooner than expected. Before even finishing his senior year, Bradley had to join 11 other individuals and serve as a juror for a criminal case at the Pomona Courthouse.

What was likely for the other jurors nothing more than a nuisance and a disruption to their schedules was inspirational for Bradley. Serving as an integral part of the judicial process, he got to see how courtroom proceedings impacted the decisions both of jurors and the judge. He saw how justice was pursued in the courtroom, and that day decided he wanted to be part of the process in the future. His journey towards being a trial attorney had begun.

After graduating from high school, he headed east to Provo, Utah, to attend Brigham Young University. He majored in Print Journalism, writing articles for the school newspaper—the Daily Universe—during his study. He was also the managing editor of a major college football recruiting website during his time at the university. In 2004, he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree, and set his sights on law school.

Bradley’s postgraduate education brought him back to the Golden State when he enrolled at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. Enthusiastically dedicated to his studies, Bradley’s hard work earned him recognition in the form of a prestigious internship with the Los Angeles County Public Defender. During his internship, he worked on several serious murder cases. The experience was formative, and helped prepare him for success in his own practice in the future.

Bradley’s dedication to the profession continued to open doors for him, and he was hired out of law school by San Diego’s largest criminal defense firm. Bradley was dedicated to his work, and during his time at the firm he was entrusted with hundreds of cases. Then, when the time was right, Bradley began his own practice, to better enable him to meet the needs of his clients.

Since beginning practicing law, Bradley has handled over 2,000 cases from small misdemeanor petty theft cases to felony manslaughter cases. He has taken a significant number of his cases to jury trial and has won “Not Guilty” verdicts in every courthouse in San Diego County and in Long Beach. His relentless dedication to his profession has built him a reputation in the legal community as a passionate and a tireless advocate.

Perhaps most importantly, Bradley is a “true believer” in the criminal justice system, who takes pride in helping his clients. He works every day to help his clients take control of your future by fighting back against those who want to see them in jail. So if you’re in San Diego, and looking for someone to advocate for your defence in cases ranging from DUI to Manslaughter, you’ll find no more committed trial attorney than Bradley Corbett.

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