California Criminal Defense Attorney
- Bench Warrants
- Drug Transportation or Trafficking
- Sale of Drugs
- Drug Possession
- Misdemeanor Drunk Driving (DUI)
- Felony Drunk Driving (DUI)
- Speeding Tickets
- Red Light Camera Tickets
- Reckless Driving Tickets
- Suspended License
- Driving without a License
- Assault and Battery
- Recording Clearing (Expungement)
- Early Termination of Probation
- Marijuana Cultivation
- Prop 36/Treatment Over Incarceration
- Drug Diversion/Drug Court
- Grand Theft
- Probation Violations
- Factual Findings of Innocence/Exoneration
- Wrongful Death/Injury
THE BEST DEFENSE IS AN ALL-STAR OFFENSE
Being arrested for anything can be a traumatizing experience, but the situation is far from hopeless. Police officers sometimes make critical legal errors. Lab results are not always reliable. False positives for drugs and alcohol occur frequently. At Beahm Law, we use these weaknesses to our advantage to win cases and get great results.
Our top California criminal defense attorneys handle misdemeanor, felony, DUI and juvenile cases throughout San Francisco, Oakland, and San Mateo. Upon request we will take cases in other counties throughout California.
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What is 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.
Do I get a jury trial?
If it is a misdemeanor or felony, yes, you have the right to a trial by jury if you want one. Infractions however, have bench trials.
What evidence will be used against me?
This is highly case dependent, and can include: Eyewitness statements made by parties to the case, Photographs , and Medical evidence.