WHAT SETS US APART?
OUR EXPERIENCE, PASSION & INTEGRITY
You work directly with your attorney every step of the way.
We utilize technology so you don't need to come into the office and in most cases, court.
Connected to the Local Community
We have built close professional relationships with local judges and district attorneys and are deeply involved in the community.
We get great results, and we get them fast!
Voted Best of SF four times by SF Weekly.
Our experienced attorneys are here to provide expert advice when you need it most.
CALIFORNIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
HELPING YOU START FRESH
At Beahm law, our team will work passionately and efficiently as we fight to win your case and get you back on track. If a bad situation has upended your life, you should not have to face it alone. Our attorney will work personally with you to develop a strong strategy for your defense. Practicing criminal, personal injury, DUI, and traffic law, we are well-equipped to give you the professional guidance you need for defending against a criminal charge or seeking your rightful compensation for damages.
Contact us for a free consultation by dialing (415) 493-8677 or submitting an online contact form here!
LOOKING TO CLEAR YOUR CRIMINAL RECORD?
We can help you get the fresh start you deserve. Beahm Law is a premier expungement law firm in California, helping clients clear past convictions from their criminal records. In fact, many have said that getting an expungement was the best investment they ever made and that it has paid off for them every day of their life.
PROVIDING YOU THE MEANS TO START AGAIN
For over 12 years, our legal team at Beahm Law has secured winning, effective case results and achieved outstanding recoveries for our clients across California. With significant and relevant experience serving all of California, let us help you get back on your feet. Speak with our team at Beahm Law today before you settle your case.
SPOKEN AT & FEATURED IN
HAS A BAD SITUATION UPENDED YOUR LIFE?
DON'T FACE IT ALONE.
While other firms may operate as faceless, large companies, Beahm Law takes a personal approach to each of our clients' cases. Attorney Jason Beahm has been voted Best of San Francisco for 4 out of the past 5 years by SF Weekly Magazine. Serving all of California and recently being licensed in Washington, Attorney Beahm has the experience to handle your case efficiently and strategically.
Further, our firm handles many things virtually to save our clients the expense and time of commuting. With a digitized and innovative system of communication, we can work quicker to resolve your case and handle the bulk of the work for you. Each year, our firm protects hundreds of clients' futures with passion and integrity, and we want to do the same for you. From expungements to car accidents, we are prepared to fight for your rights.
HAVE A QUESTION?
EXPLORE OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I Need a Lawyer?
Yes. It makes no sense to go it alone if you have a legal issue. Personal injury cases involve complex calculations of your losses. If you have any questions regarding a personal injury claim, you can either try to go it alone, or hire an experienced attorney to fight on your behalf. A skilled personal injury lawyer can compile the evidence of your medical damages and injuries, hire expert witnesses, identify possible legal claims, interview witnesses, and advocate for you in court. Ideally that means a substantially larger recovery for you.
What's a Pre-Trial Hearing?
This is a court conference between the lawyers and the judge, set typically a month after the arraignment to allow the defendant and his or her attorney the opportunity to negotiate a settlement of the case with the district attorney. If a deal can be reached, the defendant will change the plea to guilty or no contest, or the matter will be dismissed. If there is no deal reached, the court will set a trial date and your attorney will need to discuss the costs and next steps involved with proceeding to trial.
I Think I May Actually be Guilty, so Why are We Saying "Not Guilty?"
It's up to the state to prove that you are guilty. Once you say you are guilty, then the game is over. Even if you believe you are factually guilty, there is usually good reason to fight the charges, so that you do not receive the maximum punishment. We can always change to a plea of guilty or no contest later, if the state offers a deal that you like.