The Juvenile Defense Attorney Behind Our Firm’s Success
About Attorney Wraymond Plummer
Wraymond K. Plummer graduated with distinction from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2001. He is a member of the Order of the Coif and the Traynor Society. Mr. Plummer was on the McGeorge Law Review and later Chief Comment Editor of the McGeorge Law Review. He was recipient of the McGeorge Scholarship Award, R.T. Stratton Memorial Award, McGeorge Law Review Scholarship Award, and the Annabel McGeorge Academic Achievement Scholarship. Undergraduate study was at the University of California, Santa Barbara where a double major in Biological Sciences and Environmental Studies was obtained in 1996.
Mr. Plummer is an Administrative Hearing Officer with the California Hearing Officers, LLC, presiding over administrative hearings in various jurisdictions in Northern California. He also maintains a private practice in the areas of juvenile delinquency in Sacramento and Placer County.
He has represented thousands of parole violation defendants, minors charged with juvenile delinquency petitions, and "lifer" inmates at their lifer parole consideration proceedings ("Lifer Board Hearings"). He has presented training materials to attorneys at continuing legal education seminars addressing juvenile law, parole violation proceedings, and administrative hearings for the California Parole Advocacy Program and the California Hearing Officers, LLC.