David A. Hill, Attorney
Experienced, Aggressive and Effective Criminal Defense Since 1979
At the law firm of David A. Hill, we represent people in the Eugene area and throughout the state of Oregon who are facing criminal charges. Our goal in every case is to win for our clients. For over 30 years, Mr. Hill has been successfully representing his clients by using proven legal strategies and sparing no effort when it comes to defending his clients interests.
Our law practice involves defending people against all types of felony and misdemeanor criminal charges, as well as helping individuals who want to obtain an expungement of an existing criminal conviction.
You can learn more about us and how we can help by exploring the other pages contained on this site. To discuss your specific situation in more detail - contact our offices for a free consultation.
Learning Never Stops
No matter how long one practices law, there is always more to learn. Given what is at stake in criminal cases, it is especially important to continue developing effective trial strategies.
Even though he has practiced criminal law since 1979, criminal defense lawyer David A. Hill remains dedicated to expanding his knowledge of the latest trends in criminal law, new defense strategies and advances in forensic science. In addition, our firm also employs experienced scientific experts in areas such as forensics, DNA, ballistics, accident reconstruction and fingerprinting who can help us build the strongest possible case on your behalf.
A 4th-Generation Oregonian
Born and raised in Salem, a 1973 graduate of the University of Oregon and a 1979 graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law - David A. Hill is dedicated to protecting the rights of everyone from government authorities that regularly overreach and try to erode our basic rights and liberties. Mr. Hill's deep ties to the state of Oregon and his familiarity with various courts statewide are assets that can help you win your case.
|Education:||University of Oregon|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of Oregon 1980|
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