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Sage focuses her law practice in the areas of criminal defense, record expungement, and juvenile law. Previous to establishing her private law practice, Sage was an intern at the Federal Public Defender’s office in Sacramento, representing indigent clients charged with federal misdemeanors. She also taught law curriculum for the Ascend Program, a rehabilitation and reentry program empowering people to live law-abiding lives and providing educational tools to overcome hurdles to employment, college, transportation, and housing.
In 2011, Sage co-founded the Peer Court program at Natomas Pacific Pathways high school, where she trains students in public speaking, client counseling, sentencing negotiations, and trial skills – supervising students in defending, prosecuting, and judging discipline cases for grades 6 through 12.
Before law school, Sage worked in the trial department of McDermott Will & Emery LLP in Palo Alto, contributing to a parole memo which won the freedom of a Northern California Innocence Project client.