Eduardo M. Madrid, Esq.
State Bar No: 82395
Ed Madrid, a trial lawyer for over 40 years, has handled thousands of criminal
and civil cases and tried over 150 cases to juries in both state and federal
courts. Throughout this span, Ed has dedicated his career in representing
his clients against social, civil and legal injustices.
As an experienced, dedicated and effective trial lawyer, whether protecting
your constitutional and statutory rights, battling prosecutors or taking
on the giant insurance industry with their vast resources and lawyers,
Ed will stand up for your rights and navigate through the complex world
of criminal, personal injury or wrongful death litigation. Choosing the
right lawyer to represent you is critical in securing a favorable disposition
in a criminal matter or obtaining a maximum recovery you are entitled
to in a personal injury or wrongful death case.
Over a span of four (4) decades, Ed has obtained excellent results for
his clients. Ed has achieved an excellent reputation as being an aggressive
and effective advocate in the courtroom. Ed has also served as a volunteer
arbitrator and judge pro tem.
If and when tragedy strikes, whether you are facing serious criminal charges,
are a victim of serious personal injuries or death of a loved one as a
result of another’s negligence, you need an experienced and proven
trial lawyer to stand up for your rights to pursue truth and justice.
You need Ed Madrid. Call now and speak to Ed.
Areas of Practice:
All Courts-State or Federal-Felony or Misdemeanor
Murder, Manslaughter & Assault and Battery
DUI Defense, Misdemeanor or Felony
Drugs, Including Marijuana Cultivation, Possession, Possession for Sale.
Injury or Wrongful Death Arising From Any Negligent or Wrongful Conduct;
Auto, Motorcycle and Bus Accidents
Dog Bites, Slip and Falls,
Products Liability-Defective Products Causing Injury or Death.
CIVIL RIGHTS-POLICE MISCONDUCT CASES:
Excessive Force [physical force, tazing, shootings or police dog attacks]
Causing Injury or Death, False Arrest and Imprisonment, Malicious Prosecution,
and Violations under 42 USC 1983.
State Bar of California -1978
U.S. District Court, Central District of California
U.S. District Court of Eastern District of California
U.S. District Court of Southern District of California
U.S. District Court of District of New Mexico
U.S. District Court of Colorado
U.S. Court of Appeal, 9th Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeal 10th Circuit
County of Los Angeles v. The Superior Court of Los Angeles County [Valentin] (2000), 78 Cal.App.4th 212;
Hidalgo v. Fagen, Inc. 206 F.3d 1013 (10th Cir. 2000)
Flores v. Autozone West, Inc. (2008) 161 Cal.App.4th 373