Christopher Lucero, Esq.

Christopher Lucero, Esq.

Title: Of Counsel Attorney
Serving Clients: San Deigo, Los Angeles, Orange County, and surrounding areas
Education: UC Santa Barbara; St. John's University School of Law
Practice Areas: Criminal Defense, Sex Crimes, DMV Hearings, Theft Crimes, Drug Crimes, Assault and Battery, Child Abuse, Appeals, Misdemeanors, Felonies

How Christopher Lucero, Esq. Can Help You

Mr. Lucero studied at the University of California, Santa Barbara for his undergraduate degree and got his juris doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, New York. Christopher knew he wanted to practice criminal defense when he worked as a prosecutor early in his career and noticed how “good people get wrapped up in the criminal justice system”. He now devotes his efforts to helping those in his community make it swiftly through the criminal justice system while maintaining the highest quality of representation.

Call Christopher Lucero at Wallin & Klarich Today for a free consultation: (877) 466-5245

Having a skilled criminal defense attorney like Christopher Lucero, fighting for you could make the difference in your case when your freedom is on the line. Do not hesitate to contact Mr. Lucero today.

If you need help with a criminal matter, contact the Southern California criminal defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich today at (877) 4-NO-JAIL or (877) 466-5245


Title: Of Counsel

Serving Clients:  San Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, Orange Counties

Practice Areas: Criminal Defense, Serious Felonies, Federal Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft Crimes, Assault and Battery, Weapons Charges, Child Abuse


  • UC Santa Barbara
  • St. John’s University School of Law – Queens, New York

Member of:

  • The State Bar of California: #308592

Admitted to Practice in the Following Courts:

  • All California State Courts


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