We Specialize In:

Criminal Defense

Death Penalty Cases
Felonies
Misdemeanors

Asset Forfeiture Cases
Personal Injury Law
Wrongful Death
AND
Quality Family Law Referrals

DUI’s
Petitions for Factual Innocence
Record Expungement
Certificate of Rehabilitation
Pardons

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Serving Vallejo, Fairfield, Napa, Richmond, and Martinez as well as other parts of Solano, Napa, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Marin counties.

About The Law Office of Morton & Russo, LLP

Morton and Russo is a community based law firm. Partners Amy Morton and Dan Russo

have both resided, and operated a successful law firm in Solano County for the last thirty years.

Combined, both Amy and Dan have practiced law in Solano County, and throughout

California for a total of fifty plus years.

Amy and Dan are both California State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialists, with Amy being

the first female to have achieved that recognition in the Solano County Criminal Defense Bar.

Amy is also a nationally known Death Penalty Defense Attorney, having lectured on Death

Penalty/Capital case issues throughout the State. Her primary practice focuses on homicides

and other major felonies.


Dan Russo is a former President and Vice President of the Solano County Bar Association.

He is a past member of the State Bar Committee on Criminal Law Specialization. As a professor

at his alma mater, John F. Kennedy Law School, he has taught Criminal Law, Criminal

Procedure, Evidence, and Criminal Trial Advocacy. In 2000 Dan was recognized as Professor

of the Year. Russo has taken hundreds of cases to trial through the years, and only advises a

client to accept a plea bargain if it is clear that it is in the client’s best interests.


Morton & Russo have always been zealous advocates for their clients and their community. We don’t back down.


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