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Kravis, Graham & Zucker, LLPA post-conviction and civil rights law firm
Over 40 years of combined experience pursuing justice for our clients, including criminal appeals, habeas corpus petitions, parole hearings, civil rights cases, and sentencing issues. Representing clients in state and federal courts throughout California.
Kravis, Graham & Zucker wins habeas corpus petition overturning murder conviction! On June 13, 2023, the Los Angeles Superior Court granted a petition for habeas corpus filed by KGZ partner Ian Graham, vacating a twenty year old murder conviction based on newly discovered evidence and ineffective assistance of trial counsel. Read the court’s decision here.
Your Justice Is Our Priority
We believe in defending the rights of and pursuing justice for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated. Our attorneys are experienced and deeply knowledgable in a wide-range of post-conviction matters, including criminal appeals, writs of habeas corpus, resentencing issues, parole hearings and probation matters. We treat our clients and their loved ones with the respect and dignity that they deserve. Call us, write to us, or have a friend or family member contact us for a free consultation.
Primary Practice Areas
Appeals offer convicted defendants an opportunity to have a higher court review the process that lead to conviction in order to ensure that this process was fair to the defendant.Learn More
Writ of Habeas Corpus
Anyone who is in prison, or otherwise restrained in some way by the criminal justice system, can bring a writ of habeas corpus petition to challenge their imprisonment.Learn More
Recent changes in California law provide an opportunity for those who have been convicted of a crime to have their sentence reduced or even eliminated. Learn More
Parole Suitability Hearing
Parole is a period of supervision that follows an individual after their release from prison. Most inmates will automatically be released to parole after finishing their “determinate” sentence. Learn More