- Municipal Law
- Labor and Employment
|University ||University of California|
|Law School||Western State University College of Law, J.D.|
Tamara Bogosian has been practicing law in the public sector for 14 years. She is of counsel in the Municipal Law practice group of Best Best & Krieger LLP's Irvine Office. Tamara Bogosian Tamara began her career as a Deputy District Attorney with the Ventura District Attorney's Office in 1999. While at the District Attorney's Office, Tamara conducted numerous misdemeanor and felony arraignments, preliminary hearings, probation hearings, and jury trials. During her tenure at the District Attorney's Office, Tamara was the prosecutor assigned to the Domestic Violence Court, Drug Court and worked as a grant attorney in the Sexual Assault unit. In 2005, Tamara joined the Fresno County District Attorney's Office and where she was responsible for the vertical prosecution of driving under the influence offenses (including vehicular manslaughter) committed by youthful offenders through a grant provided by the California Department of Transportation's Office of Traffic Safety. In 2006, Tamara joined the Fresno City Attorney's Office where she was assigned to the Civil Litigation Unit. At the City Attorney's Office, Tamara represented the City and its employees in both Federal and State Court involving such issues as the Public Records Act, civil rights, police liability, pitches motions, code enforcement and other law enforcement related constitutional claims. Tamara was also a member of the Civil Liability/Critical Incident Response team where she responded to officer involved shootings and other critical incidents involving peace officers. In 2013, Tamara was promoted to Supervising Deputy City Attorney where she supervised the attorney's in the Litigation Unit and worked directly with the Mayor, City Council, City Manager and their staff in high level legal matters. Tamara resides in Irvine with her family. She has two children, Marina, age 10 and Nile, age 8. Tamara enjoys cooking.
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Officers Must Obtain Warrant to Access Data on Arrestee's Mobile Phone Device
Tamara Bogosian,Paul A. Cappitelli,G. Ross Trindle, July 9, 2014
Overview: Today, the U.S. Supreme Court held that police officers may not search digital information on a mobile phone device seized from a person who has been arrested without a warrant. In Riley v. California and U.S. v. Wurie, the Court declined to extend the warrantless search of a person...
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