Damien Granderson is a criminal lawyer and co-founder of the law firm Granderson and Associates. He has been practicing in areas relating to criminal law, corporate law, and injury liability for over 20 years.
Damien Granderson is a criminal lawyer representing clients with white-collar crimes, drug crimes, gun crimes, sex offenses, assault charges, and other felony offenses. He has won cases for stars such as Anthony Hopkins, Kate Beckinsale, Dominic Cooper, Reese Witherspoon, and more. He has successfully represented clients before many different courts -state and federal, including the California State Supreme Court- on various legal issues.
His work includes assistance with strategies such as early diversion programs, expungement petitions, bail restrictions, and so on. He has successfully represented his clients in both state and federal courts. Damien Granderson has been one of the first attorneys to specialize in representing high-profile clients in various terrorism-related charges. These, including the Foley-Bowden 9/11 spy case and the San Diego Six cases, as well as others.
In addition, he has represented numerous members of organized crime and their families who have been involved with drug trafficking, racketeering, and other related crimes for over 25 years. Damien Granderson has successfully represented clients in all aspects of white-collar crime. He is a zealous advocate for his clients and has successfully handled all types of white-collar crime cases:
Damien Granderson explains that these include conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, and bank fraud; money laundering; securities fraud; tax evasion; bank embezzlement; employment tax violations; RICO crimes; insurance fraud and funds misappropriations (Avvo).
He has developed expertise in the area of civil forfeiture and asset recovery. Damien Granderson is also experienced in representing businesses, such as medical offices, legal firms, start-up companies, restaurants, and others, and private individuals in various business matters, including corporate formation.