Leo Terrell Biography
Leo Terrell an American civil rights attorney and talk radio host in Los Angeles, California. Before a life-long Democrat, back in a July 2020 interview, he shared his support for President Donald Trump—the first time he as well declared support for a Republican Party presidential candidate.
Leo Terrell Age
Terrell was born on February 1st of 1955
Leo Terrell Height
Leo stands tall at a height of 5 ft 7 in/ 1.7m
Leo Terrell Family-Parents-Siblings
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Leo Terrell Wife
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Leo Terrell Salary
Terrell earns an estimated annual salary that ranges between $10-$100 U.S
Leo Terrell Net Worth
Terrell has an estimated net worth of $19 Millio
Leo Terrell Education
Terrell enrolled and later graduated in 1972 from Gardena High School of Harbor Gateway, Los Angeles, and California State University, Dominguez Hills back in 1977 earned a bachelor’s degree. He holds a master’s degree in education from Pepperdine University and holds a J.D. degree from the UCLA School of Law.
Leo Terrell Radio career
Terrell is known to have co-hosted the weekday talk show Terrell & Katz that debuted back on June 3, 1996, on KMPC radio in Los Angeles With former Los Angeles Superior Court judge Burton Katz. Terrell & Katz was a point-counterpoint program that saw Terrell as the liberal voice and Katz the conservative.
They later moved to weekends on KABC Starting as of October 5, 1996. He later continued to host a weekend legal show on KABC as of August 15th, 2010 and continues to be a recurring guest host for KABC’s The Peter Tilden Show.
Leo Terrell Legal career
Terrell got to be a member of the California Bar on December 4th, 1990. He served was the Chairman of the Black-Korean Alliance, an Advisory Board Member for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). He as well served as a member of the Statewide Commission Against Hate Crimes. Back in 1998, he penned the book Your Rights at the Workplace–The Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You.
He later serves as a member of the NAACP back in 1990 and did pro bono legal work for the organization. He thereafter expressed support for Carolyn Kuhl, a judge nominated by President George W. Bush to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. And got nominated to filibustered in the U.S. Senate, Terrell left the NAACP and accused the organization of “bullying” him out.
He as well shared legal and political commentary on TV and radio programs including on various radio programs A family friend of O. J. Simpson, Terrell provided expert legal commentary about Simpson’s civil trial. Terrell ran for the seat of District 10 on the Los Angeles City Council and came in fifth place among seven candidates in 2003.