Solano County Criminal Defense Attorneys
Barry K. Newman
Barry K. Newman is a founding member of the Criminal Defense Law Firm of Law Office of Barry K. Newman. Mr. Newman is a native Californian with over 30 years of legal practice experience. He is a dedicated criminal defense trial lawyer who takes prides in being an active participant of the legal community. Mr. Newman was rated by fellow attorneys as a highly ethical. His legal ability was rated very high.
Mr. Newman is a member of the adjunct faculty at California State University, Sacramento, teaching law related courses. He was admitted to the California State Bar in 1982. Mr. Newman is a member of the Solano County Bar Association, the California Attorney For Criminal Justice, and the California Public Defenders Association.
- University of California at Riverside, B.A., 1977
- California Western School of Law; University of California at Davis, J.D., 1982
Tiffany L. Evans
Tiffany L. Evans has been with the Law Office of Barry K. Newman (formerly “Newman & Oldwin”) since 2001 helping to protect the constitutional rights of the accused. Ms. Evans’ journey began as a legal secretary to Mr. Newman and his late partner, Leonard E. Oldwin, Jr. In 2013 Ms. Evans graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, and was admitted to the California State Bar that same year.
Ms. Evans primary focus of practice is Criminal Defense. Ms. Evans has passionately advocated on behalf of her clients in a variety of cases, to include: Misdemeanors, Felonies, DUI’s (including DMV Hearings), Probation Violations, Expungments, P.C. 1026.5 & P.C. 2970 civil commitment proceedings, CONREP proceedings, Parole Board Hearings, Certificates of Rehabilitation and Pardons.
Ms. Evans is a member of the following professional organizations: California State Bar, California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Solano County Bar Association and Solano County Barristers.
Ms. Evans is married to a U.S. Veteran of 20+ years and maintains close military relations.
- University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 2013