The Law Office of Darryl A. Stallworth, a Professional Corporation
2355 Broadway Suite 303 , Oakland
CA , US , 94612
Cell: (510) 917-5270
Office: (510) 271-1900
Fax: (510) 271-1902
Email: dstallworth@your-defense.com

Darryl A. Stallworth
2001 President of the Charles Houston Bar Association

Served on the Charles Houston Bar Association board for 5 years before becoming President in 2001.  Under his leadership he helped enforce our community outreach programs and strengthen our college advising program.  He also provided an opportunity for members to come together and develop social and legal networks and provided support for our members.  In a nutshell CHBA became a family, and a place for refuge and strength for its members as we continue to create a better world for everyone.

Darryl A. Stallworth


2015 Distinguished Service Award for Lawyer:

Darryl Stallworth, Law Office of Darryl Stallworth

A former District Attorney for Alameda County with over 50 jury trials under his belt, Daryl  moved into private criminal defense practice in 2007. Darryl  became a member of the Court Appointed Attorneys Program (CAAP) in 2010, joined the CAAP Advisory Committee in 2011, and served as the Chair of that Committee from 2012-2014. Darryl is active in the community, having served as President of the Charles Houston Bar Association, a member of the California Association of Black Lawyers, the National Bar Association, and 100 Black Men of


The Institute for the Study and Development of Legal Systems (ISDLS)

San Francisco

About Us

The Institute for the Study and Development of Legal Systems (ISDLS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that conducts international legal reform and exchange projects in collaboration with foreign governments and legal professionals. ISDLS is comprised of over eighty leading legal professionals in the state of California, including federal and state judges, prosecutors and public defenders; private and city attorneys; court administrators; private and court-appointed mediators and arbitrators; law professors; directors of judicial education and performance centers and committees; directors of law enforcement oversight bodies; law enforcement officers and trainers; journalists and others.