Arturo Revelo has been a fighter his entire life. Born in El Salvador, Mr. Revelo fought against the government as part of the rebel army. He was shot twice but refused to surrender. After coming to America at nineteen years old, he joined the U.S. Army Reserves and served our country for eight years while studying law.
Mr. Revelo graduated from City College in San Francisco, received a B.A. in Ethnic Studies from San Francisco State University, and received his Juris Doctorate degree from San Francisco Law School. He was admitted to the California Bar in 2001 and decided to dedicate his practice to the defense of the accused.
Now Mr. Revelo brings the battle to the courtroom where he fights for criminal defendants.
Mr. Revelo contributed to the new edition of, Criminal Defendant’s Handbook, which is expected to be on shelves in November 2017. Some of Mr. Revelo’s earlier books include the novels, The Hall, The Ziua Protocols, The Dead Man at the End of Forever, Over the Cumberland Falls, and his popular book of poetry Poemas De Amor Y Angustia.