Criminal Courts
Bar Association

CCBA is pleased to announce its October MCLE Webinar!

Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Case

Presented by Albert Camacho Jr.

If you practice criminal law in Southern California knowledge of the Immigration Consequences of your case is a must.

This month we have a very knowledgeable person to speak on the subject.

Albert Camacho Jr. has been an attorney with the Los Angeles County Office of the Public Defender since 1994. He has extensive trial and appellate court experience, and is currently assigned to the Immigration Unit, where he advises fellow attorneys on the immigration consequences of proposed criminal plea bargains and provides in-house training in this complex area of criminal law.

Mr. Camacho is a graduate of the Gould School of Law at the University of Southern California. He is also a graduate of California State University, Northridge, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics. He resides in Alhambra with Dolores, his wife of nearly 20 years, and their three cats: Hocus, Pocus, and Jo.

This subject matter touches everyone’s practice - misdemeanor, felony, state, federal.

Don’t miss it!


Tuesday October 12, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.


There is no fee for CCBA members for this event.

There is a $25 fee for non-CCBA members for this event.

Please purchase your ticket via the link below:


After purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email containing the Zoom registration link for the Webinar. Please use the Zoom registration link to register for the Webinar. After registering, you will receive an email with information on joining the Zoom Webinar. Please do not share your Zoom registration link.


Up to one hour of MCLE participatory credit will be provided by certificates sent to attendees of the event via the email used to register.


Reminder: CCBA will continue to offer meetings with participatory MCLE credit for the Los Angeles Criminal Defense community throughout the rest of 2021. Become a member of CCBA today for access to free meetings. Non-members will be required to purchase a ticket for $25 per meeting.


2021 Awards Dinner Postponement

President's Message

To CCBA’s Membership:

First, I want to thank all who participated in the survey and/or provided comments on the Awards Dinner.

Your input made it easier for the Board to reach a determination that is best for the CCBA and the safety of our members.

The September 25, 2021 Awards Dinner has been rescheduled. The new date is to be determined.

The awardees have been notified and understand the situation.

To refresh your recollection the current slate of awardees is:



Deputy District Attorney Robert L. Grace, Jr.


Honorable Charlaine F. Olmedo


Attorney Frank P. Duncan


Attorney Karen L. Goldstein


Ezekiel P. Perlo/Directing Attorney, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments Program



The Criminal Division of the Los Angeles Superior Court, including its Judges, Judicial Assistants, Court Reporters, Bailiffs, and Interpreters

Note: Only one award will recognize efforts expended in 2020. The criminal courts and all staff will be recognized for keeping the criminal courts open throughout the pandemic.

Judge Olmedo joked when told about the delayed event, “Can I tell people I’ve been CCBA’s judge of the year for 3 years running?” I am glad someone still has a sense of humor!

We will continue our monthly Zoom meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Look for our September 14th meeting announcement soon to come.

I hope we can all get together and celebrate our profession next year.


Carey Caruso

President of CCBA


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