Meet Christopher Darden

Christopher Darden is a highly experienced and respected lawyer who handles cases involving homicide, gangs, and public corruption.  He has been practicing law in California since 1980.  Darden is well known for his role as a co-prosecutor in the controversial O.J. Simpson murder case.

Darden’s career started out in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.  He began his tenure as a trial attorney before transferring to the Hardcore Gang Unit and the Special Investigation Division.

After the Simpson trial, Darden taught law outside the courtroom at Southwestern University School of Law from 1994-2000.  He is also known for his time as a legal commentator for Court TV, NBC, Fox News and CNN.  Darden has been featured on The Tonight Show, Oprah, “Reasonable Doubt” with Mark Geragos and Adam Corolla, The View,  and 2020 with Barbara Walters.

Darden has also lectured before classes and audiences at Harvard, Yale, University of Chicago, and Creighton University.

In 1998, Darden received the Crystal Heart Award from Loved Ones of Homicide Victims, an organization devoted to aiding families that have suffered the loss of loved ones as a result of violence. And in 2000, he was recognized as “Humanitarian of the Year” by Eli Horne, a California shelter for abused children and women.

Today, Christopher Darden continues to practice law and is Of Counsel to Solution Law, APC.”