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VIB Law Offices Successfully Assisted Man with Self Surrender

by California Legal Defenders on January 17th, 2011

Alejandro Gonzalez , a man accused of New Year’s Day shooting in Monterey, approached San Jose attorney Cameron Bowman last week to arrange the process of turning himself over to authorities.

Defense Attorney Cameron Bowman said that Gonzalez “felt fear for turning himself” and “he was planning to turn himself in but he was spooked by someone getting killed.” Bowman said his offices contacted San Jose police who in turn notified Monterey police. Accompanied by his family, Gonzalez turned himself in over to the police department. He is back in court on Jan.27 to continue arraignment.

On Jan.13, at the request of defense attorney Cameron Bowman, a Salinas judge ruled that no images of Gonzalez can be published. Bowman stated that the images shown of his client in jail –issued clothing may be prejudicial and that there could be an identification issue in the case. Bowman said he wasn’t convinced that there was even evidence showing Gonzalez was present at the Mucky Duck despite reported by the police and the club’s owner.

If you or someone you know need the help of an extremely qualified and experienced criminal defense attorney, don’t hesitate to contact Valencia, Ippolito and Bowman at 877-7NO-JAIL or visit for more information. Let us fight for you.



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