For more than 40 years, Ronald Talmo, a civil rights and administrative attorney in Santa Ana, California has provided creative and personalized legal solutions for businesses and individuals in a range of practice areas. Those areas include occupational licensing issues, administrative hearings and appeals, criminal defense for licensees, and other select matters
I have extensive administrative law experience which includes regularly representing clients before numerous California agencies such as the Department of Social Services, Medical Boards, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the State Contractors’ License Board, the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the Department of Consumer Affairs, the Bureau of Real Estate, and the Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission. I have also represented clients before the United States Department of Defense in security clearance hearings (DOHA) and the United States Department of Agriculture defending “trafficking” allegations in food stamp matters under SNAP/EBT.
With offices in Santa Ana, I accept cases throughout California, and regularly travel to meet with clients. I value meeting each client face-to-face at their own locations. This allows me to provide individual attention and to better assess each person’s or business’s unique needs.
Attorney Ronald Talmo brings an original and creative perspective to complex legal problems in Santa Ana, California. In addition to more than 40 years of experience practicing administrative law, my background as a former law professor, an ACLU activist, and a criminal defense attorney, provides me the knowledge and experience required to resolve numerous challenging legal issues. My practice areas include a range of administrative law issues such as occupational licensing, and administrative hearings and appeals, as well as criminal defense for licensees.
I began my practice in December of 1977 in Orange County, where I …