Memberships and Speeches
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Associations & Presentation
Riverside County Bar Association (RCBA)
Law Office of Wais Azami in Santa Ana has membership with the RCBA and is both licensed and member in good standing of California State Bar. Mr. Azami is an immigration lawyer and criminal defense attorney.
Member in good standing of the California Bar for licensed attorneys.
Orange County Bar Association (OCBA)
Member in Good Standing with the OCBA.
Inland Empire Latino Lawyers' Association--IELLA
I'm a regular volunteer attorney with the Inland Empire Latino Lawyer's Association (IELLA). I assist indigent families with free legal advice who need assistance with family law, landlord/tenant laws, or other civil matters.
United States District Court for Central District of California
Current membership with the US Federal Central District Court.
Current member of the California Public Defenders Association to maintain a sharp sword for my clients who need the best defense. Memberships in such organizations help an attorney stay sharp.
Current or Past Memberships
Memberships and Speeches: Center for Criminal Justice Advocacy (CCJA)
Current or past member in good standing.
Current member of the California Public Defenders Association to maintain a sharp sword for my clients who need the best defense.
"A" rating with the Better Business Bureau and current member. Wais Azami has offices in Santa Ana and Seal Beach with memberships in various organizations.
San Bernardino Bar Association
Past member of the San Bernardino Bar Association.
Presentations & TV Spots
Check out this great video with one of my speeches about law, education and my current practice. However, it's in Farsi for an international TV station.
Riverside County Law Library (Victor Miceli Law Library);
Know Your Rights Campaign
What to do when arrested or faced with an ICE officer?
This workshop was held in Santa Ana, California to help the under-served community become aware of their Constitutional rights. We discussed the do's and don't's of the arrest process. In addition, we discussed how to know whether a warrant is legitimate. The most heavily discussed topic was invoking your Constitutional right to remain silent and requesting your right to an attorney.
Further, we covered the difference in powers of local law enforcement and powers of ICE agents.
We hope to continue such presentations and will assist any organization which wants us to help teach their members about their individual Constitutional rights.