Serving Southern California

(760) 245-1637

15476 W. Sand Street, Victorville, CA

Terry E. Caldwell

Admitted to bar, 1975, California, U.S. District Court, Central District of California, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit


  • Taft College (A.A. 1960)
  • San Jose State University (B.S., 1963)
  • University of Southern California; Citrus Belt Law School (J.D., 1975)

Previous Employment: Continental Telephone Company of California, “Contel” 1963-1976. Completed service as Division Commercial Manager in charge of the Commercial Department operation which consisted of 294 employees in 21 business offices and the marketing and general commercial staffs.

Professional Activities:

  • High Desert Bar Association (Treasurer, 1978-1982)
  • San Bernardino County and American Bar Associations.

Community Activities:

  • Five terms as Mayor and twenty-six years as Councilman, City of Victorville
  • Twelve years as a Board Member and three terms as Chairman, State Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region
  • Member of Victorville Chamber of Commerce
  • Victorville Rotary Club
  • Board Member Desert Community Bank
  • Past Vice-President and Director of the Victorville Junior Chamber of Commerce
  • Past Chairman of the Planning Commission, City of Victorville
  • Past Board Member, Victorville Sanitary District
  • Past Member of the Citizens Advisory Committee
  • Park and Recreation District
  • Member of Airport Land Use Commission
  • Sheriff Dick Williams appointee to the County Disaster Council
  • Council representative to the Fire Advisory Committee
  • Council representative to and Vice Chairman of the Victor Valley Economic Development Authority (VVEDA)
  • Rotary – 1963 to present

Personal: Married to Patricia (Charley); three children: Leon, Carrie and Christie, resides in Victorville, California, born and raised in the High Desert.


The various members of this firm are all experienced trial attorneys in State and Federal courtrooms, as well as judicial arbitrations and administrative hearings before state boards.