Providing discreet and superior DUI defense for the discerning few since 1975.
If a DUI conviction is not an option; if a DUI conviction will destroy your life; then it is time to turn to a nationally recognized leader of the DUI Defense Bar—James Farragher Campbell.
San Francisco DUI Representation
IF YOU ARE FACING A DRUNK DRIVING CHARGE
YOU NEED IMMEDIATE AND COMPETENT REPRESENTATION.
Campbell & DeMetrick can provide you with comprehensive information about drunk driving laws in San Francisco and San Francisco County, California Administrative License Suspension & Revocations, plus an evaluation of your case.
Mr. Campbell and support staff stand ready to assist you in weathering the stressful days ahead as we investigate and challenge your pending charges. We understand the serious nature of your situation and want to help you deal with the complex issues of a drunk driving arrest.
As the leading law firm
specializing in DUI defense throughout the San Francisco area - You can
rest assured that you have a lawyer on your side that completely understands the challenges you face - From Ocean
Beach to Market Street, South San Francisco and Nob Hill, San Francisco DUI Law Office of Campbell & DeMetrick are here to help you because professional and confidential dui representation is crucial - and you
can rest easy knowing you have the very best on your side.
Whether in San Francisco, or other or other Bay Area Courts – We are THE DUI LAWYER OF CHOICE.
All misdemeanor DUI cases will go to Department 17, located on the second floor,
at the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant Street.
Department 17 calendar is called as follows:
9:00AM Monday to Friday
- Out of custody arraignments
- Bench warrants
- Pretrial conferences
- Motions to Modify
- Motions to Strike Prior
- Jones/Serna Motion
- Motion to Continue Trial
- Motion to Compel Discovery
- Other motions as set by the court
Friday is the trial call and some cases may also go over to the following Monday
for continued trial call.
11:00 AM Monday to Friday
- Motion to Revoke Probation calendar
1:30 PM Monday to Friday
- In custody arraignments
- Pretrial conferences
- Continued matters from morning calendar
- Special hearing set by court
WARNING! You only have 10 days from the date of your DUI arrest to request a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles. If you refused the test or were charged with refusing the test you face a possible suspension of your license for one or more years. Likewise, if you submitted to a test which yields a result of .08% or above, you can also be suspended for 4 months to 3 years. Contact our office immediately for assistance.