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Christopher A. Darden, Esq.

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9465 Wilshire Blvd #300
Beverly Hills, California 90212

Christopher Darden has been an outstanding attorney for over 40 years.

He began his career at the National Labor Relations Board in Los Angeles, and he was then was hired by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

He began his tenure at the Criminal Courts building before transferring to the Hardcore Gang Unit and the Special Investigation Division. Although best known for his high profile criminal trials, Darden is also a former legal commentator for CNBC, Court TV, NBC and a frequent guest commentator on CNN.

Chris is a former associate professor at law at Southwestern University School of Law (1994 - 2000).

Since 1995, he has specialized in defending white collar crimes, narcotics, gang cases and homicides. Chris' expertise has now branched out into the civil arena as well, including major personal injury matters, sexual molestation and police misconduct cases.

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