Traci Carrillo is an experienced trial lawyer who has handled every kind of criminal case. Driving under the influence, domestic violence, gang violence, and murder are just a few areas she has specialized in. Starting out in the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, Ms. Carrillo handled a high volume caseload and quickly established herself as an aggressive trial lawyer. She was awarded misdemeanor and felony trial prosecutor of the year in 2001 and 2004 respectively.
In 2008, Ms. Carrillo moved to Sonoma County where she gained additional experience in handling murder cases, marijuana and drug cases, domestic violence, and juvenile matters. In 2010, she was awarded trial advocate of the year. Over her career so far, she has successfully handled a large volume of complex and high profile criminal matters.
A graduate of the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Ms. Carrillo specialized in "advocacy" and competed in mock trial competitions. A fierce competitor in the courtroom, she developed a "love" for the courtroom before she officially started trying cases. She also gained valuable civil litigation experience working for the 14th largest law firm in Sacramento for five years, while attending college and law school at night.
Ms. Carrillo's background, work ethic, and competitive edge have led her to this point in her career - to advocate and fight for the individual. She is ready to advise, consult, or fight whatever battle comes her way.
KSRO - Ms. Carrillo is a "hall of famer" with the KSRO team as their legal commentator on "Justice Gone Wild" Appearing every other Monday at 5:20 p.m., she discusses a variety of legal topics and cases with Steve Jaxon.
In June 2017, Traci joined the top notch law firm of PERRY, JOHNSON, ANDERSON, MILLER & MOSKOWITZ. She will continue to handle criminal law and family law matters and joins a group of high caliber attorneys. Check out her and the firm's profile at: www.perrylaw.net/attorneys/carrillo.asp.
Call for a consultation. Traci Carrillo wants to solve your legal problems.