Tony ChiaramonteLegal Researcher
Born in the Bay Area, raised in Salt Lake City, and now in New Jersey.
Tony is the lead legal researcher with Barhoma Law, P.C.
Tony attended law school at Drexel University. In law school, Tony focused exclusively on criminal law, with a particular concentration on death penalty defense. After graduation, he accepted a clerkship with the late Honorable Judge Cathy Cochran on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals where he drafted opinions, reviewed petitions for habeas corpus, and conducted legal research. At the conclusion of his clerkship, Tony obtained a fellowship placement at the Capital Habeas Unit of the Federal Community Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania further honing his writing skills and understanding of both state and federal writs of habeas corpus. From there, he served as an Assistant Public Defender at the Defender Association of Philadelphia where he handled a large caseload of major felony jury trials. Tony loves skiing, camping, and being outdoors, as well as spending time with his beautiful wife, two children, and dog, Whiskey. Tony is not a California attorney and does not personally represent any client at Barhoma Law, P.C.
J.D., Drexel University