Anakalia "Andrea" Kaluna Sullivan is a Lake County Lawyer & Mendocino County Criminal Defense Attorney with offices in Ukiah and Lakeport.
The Northern California based Law Firm has represented clients from Mendocino County, Trinity, Tehama, Humboldt, Butte and Lake County, and has extensive Criminal Defense experience that ranges from Misdemeanors to Serious Felonies, including Marijuana Cultivation & Transportation, possession for sale, drunk driving or driving under the influence (DUI), Domestic Violence Defense, and Violent Crimes.
Ms. Sullivan has also developed a deep expertise on topics concerning Medical Marijuana, particularly statutory construction and case law governing its use under Proposition 215 and the Compassionate Use Act (CUA).
HOT NEWSClearlake man acquitted of animal cruelty in case involving dead dog found alongside highway
LAKEPORT, Calif. – On Thursday a jury acquitted a Clearlake man who was charged with animal cruelty in the September death of his dog.
Prosecution, defense present closing arguments in Mount murder trial
LAKEPORT, Calif. – On Friday, at the end of several weeks of testimony, the case of a man on trial for a fatal 2015 shooting in Clearlake was handed over to the jury. The closing arguments in the murder trial of Billy Raymond Mount, 36, of Clearlake wrapped up on Friday.
Trial begins for man accused of July 2015 Clearlake homicide
LAKEPORT, Calif. – The murder trial of a man accused of carrying out a fatal drive-by shooting last July in Clearlake is under way. On Friday opening statements took place and the first witnesses were called in the trial of Billy Raymond Mount, 36, of Clearlake, who is accused of the July 2015 shooting that claimed the life of 40-year-old Steven Galvin, also of Clearlake.
Trinity County Judge Overturns $27,000 in Marijuana Cultivation Fines
Fines of $27,000 issued by Trinity County in a marijuana code enforcement case were overturned by Judge Elizabeth Johnson in Trinity County Superior Court. County officials had claimed that Armando Morales, a local landowner, was in violation of several code violations related to the cultivation of marijuana, but Judge Johnson dismissed the case.
District Attorney's Office drops vehicular manslaughter case against Lakeport man for fatal 2013 crash.