Ty Anis

Ty Anis has been a practicing trial attorney and a member in good standing of the California State Bar since 2008. Ty began his California criminal practice as one of eight applicants hired by the Orange County District Attorney’s Office from around the nation. While employed as a deputy district attorney at that office, Ty conducted numerous jury trials to verdict. Ty was then hired away by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office out of thousands of applicants. During his time with the Los Angeles office, Ty was promoted twice within the office and was consistently evaluated as possessing superior trial skills and outstanding knowledge of the law by both his office as well as by judges, jurors, opposing attorneys, and even defendants.

Trusted Los Angeles and Orange County Attorney

Ty has completed over fifty jury trials to verdict across Southern California and has appeared in front of hundreds of judges in the state. Ty has conducted well over a thousand preliminary hearings and has extensive experience in every aspect of the criminal process. He has been personally assigned to cases ranging from misdemeanors to first degree murder. While many attorneys claim to have some criminal experience, Ty has spent every working day for almost nine years honing his skills in courtrooms where things get done every day. Ty has relationships with prosecutors, police agencies, judges, probation officers, expert witnesses, and courtroom staff. These relationships give him an insider’s knowledge of the legal system that benefits his clients at every stage.

Knowledgeable Legal Representation

Ty attended Yale University where he graduated with a major in sociology and political science while also playing wide receiver for the football team. Ty was named Most Valuable Special Teams Player during the 2002 season. Ty authored a study examining the link between violence and intercollegiate sports that was recommended for publication. Ty attended Tulane University Law School on scholarship and graduated in 2008. While in law school, Ty received the James A. Wysocki Award for receiving the highest grade in the school in trial advocacy. Ty also was named the Best Speaker in the Lone Star Trial Competition which featured the top trial advocates from 16 top schools. He gained courtroom experience while still in law school through his work with the Domestic Violence Law Clinic. Ty also won the Tulane Senior Trial Law Competition among a class of several hundred law students.

Ty was raised as the child of an immigrant to the United States. He knows how much of an impact criminal charges can have on not only a person’s freedom but also upon their immigration status, their ability to work, and most importantly, upon their loved ones.