Mark Alan Hart
PMB 520, 9420 Reseda Boulevard
Northridge CA 91324
Telephone: (818) 363-0419
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I provide appellate representation following felony convictions in California courts.
Publications and seminars include:
Symposium Participant, Commercial Speech: Past, Present & Future, 41 Loyola Law Review (2007)
Editorial Consultant, C.E.B., California Juvenile Court Practice (1981)
Editorial Consultant, C.E.B., Speedy Trial: Practice and Procedures (1981)
Symposium Participant, Miranda's Fate in the Berger Court, The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (1980)
Civil Commitment of the Mentally Ill in California: The Lanterman-Petris-Short Act, 7 Loyola Law Review 92 (1974)
I have also lectured on appellate ethics and appellate practice at various state and local bar conferences and taught appellate advocacy for eight years as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America and Southern California Super Lawyers under the speciality of Appellate Law.
Elected Chair of the Conference of Delegates, State Bar of California (1998)
I have been lead counsel in over 500 criminal appeals during a career that includes 15 years as an appellate prosecutor with the California Attorney General’s Office and 21 years as an appellate defense counsel. I have argued before the United States Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court and United States and California intermediate appellate courts.