Bradley Corbett grew up in Los Angeles County attending Glendora High School. In high school, Bradley excelled playing both basketball and tennis making it to C.I.F. in both sports. As a senior in High School Bradley was called to jury duty at the Pomona Courthouse where he was chosen to sit on a criminal case as a juror. That experience was so moving, that Bradley decided he wanted to be a trial attorney. He chose to attend Brigham Young University in Provo Utah where he majored in Print Journalism. Bradley wrote articles for the school newspaper and was a managing editor of a major college football recruiting website. Bradley graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2004.
Following his undergraduate education, Bradley enrolled at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. While in law school Bradley was selected to participate in a prestigious internship program with the Los Angeles County Public Defender where he worked on serious murder cases.
Bradley was hired out of law school by San Diego’s largest criminal defense firm where he was entrusted with hundreds of cases. Bradley has taken numerous cases to jury trial and has won Not Guilty verdicts in EVERY courthouse in San Diego County and in Long Beach. Bradley has handled over 2,000 cases from small misdemeanor petty theft cases to felony manslaughter cases. He is known in the legal community for being passionate and a tireless worker. Bradley is a “true believer” in the criminal justice system and takes pride in helping his clients take control of their future by fighting back against those who want to see his clients in jail.