New Location for Beahm Law

Beahm Law’s San Francisco office is now located in the heart of the SoMa District (South of Market for the out-of-towners), at 877 Bryant St. We’re excited about the new space and the central location, and we think you’ll like it, too.

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What is Reckless Driving? (CVC 23103)

In California, under California Vehicle Code Section 23103, “a person who drives a vehicle upon a highway in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving,” which is a misdemeanor.

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Questioning Dan Abrams

Spring kicked into gear with Avvo’s Lawyernomics conference in Las Vegas. Check out my interaction with legal pundit Dan Abrams. He thinks the justice system is tilted in favor of the defendant. What do you think?      

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We’ve moved!

Beahm Law’s San Francisco office is now located in the heart of the Embarcadero, at 463 Broadway between Kearny Street and Montgomery Street. We’re excited about the new space, and we think you’ll like it, too!

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What Does an Expungement Do in California?

These days, people want a clean record more than ever. However, few understand the options available and how expungement law works. That’s why I am often asked: “what does an expungement do in California?” An expungement (actually know as a “petition for dismissal”) is a granted by motion under California law, typically via Penal Code, […]

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Could the Portuguese Drug Policy Model Work Here?

Click here for the audio version of this article Lisbon is very similar to its sister city, San Francisco—right down to the cable cars and a virtually identical version of the Golden Gate Bridge. However, Portugal has a radically different drug policy than the US. As an attorney who deals with drug policy on a […]

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How to Fight a California Misdemeanor Hit and Run Under VC 20002

Hit and run charges often come from what was actually a misunderstanding of the situation or the law. Or maybe you hit someone and simply drove off. Either way, I am not here to judge you, but to help you get the best possible outcome if you are suspected of a California hit and run […]

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What Should I Do if the Police Come to My Home?

Having police officers at your door can be intimidating. Police will not read you any rights or advise you of whether you are legally obligated to comply with their requests, so it is best to know your rights before you are faced with police at your door. Don’t Answer If you did not request assistance […]

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Can The Police Lie To Me During A DUI Stop?

The short answer to this question is a resounding YES. The police can lie to you, and they will lie to you in order to get a confession or evidence out of you. There are only a few laws which restrict police officers from telling blatant lies to people they arrest, meaning that if you […]

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Will I Have To Testify If I Go To Trial For A DUI?

Getting arrested for a DUI is stressful. When someone is arrested, they begin to think about what comes next, including trial. If someone has been arrested for a DUI and their case ends up at trial, don’t worry. They don’t have to testify. Constitutional Protection The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution gives individuals […]

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