Ivan Morse has been successfully helping people accused of crimes since 1981. The main reason for his success is the fact he was an Oakland Police Officer for seven years. He understands how police think and how they operate including, but not limited to, reasons they make stops, tactics used when interviewing people, reasons they make arrests and strategies they use to write police reports.
Attorney Morse is passionate to ensure everyone's constitutional rights are not violated. He likes to help people who find themselves accused of a crime and subjected to the criminal justice system. Because of his passion and love of helping people, he has successfully represented people accused of most crimes including, but not limited to: shoplifting, petty theft, grand theft, embezzlement, drunk driving, hit and run, domestic violence, drug possession, under the influence of drugs, public intoxication, indecent exposure, elder abuse, child abuse, child endangerment, child molestation, prostitution, felonies, misdemeanors, federal crimes, white collar crimes, state crimes as well as most crimes alleged committed against person or property.
- Animal & Dog Law
- Appeals & Appellate
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
- San Francisco Law School
- Doctor of Jurisprudence (1981)
- University of California, Berkeley
- B.A. (1973)
- Honors: Completed Honors in Major - Political Science.
- Recent Blog Posts
- Legitimate Expectation of Privacy During a Home Search
5 June 2019
- California's Police Transparency Law Enacted
20 May 2019
- 5150 California Welfare & Institutions Code (W&I)
23 April 2019
- How the DMV in California Deals with DUI Arrests
12 April 2019
- What Should I Do If I Was Arrested for Being Drunk in Public?
3 April 2019
- Does the 14th Amendment Apply to Forfeiture in California?
26 March 2019
- How We Approach A Case | Dublin Criminal Defense Attorneys
13 March 2019
- Understanding Your Rights: Bail, Booking, and Over-Booking
6 February 2019
- What You Need to Know About Filing Criminal Charges
25 January 2019