Shelley D. Dwyer, Attorney
EXPERIENCED TRIAL ATTORNEY SPECIALIZING IN DUI DEFENSE/DMV ACTIONS
Ms. Dwyer's law office provides representation in all areas of Criminal Defense. Her firm represents defendants charged with Drug Offenses, Assault, Theft, Sex Offenses, Domestic Violence Cases and Burglary. She specializes in defending Drunk Driving Offenses and represents individuals in DMV hearings related to DUI arrests.
Ms. Dwyer is an experienced trial attorney and has tried over 150 jury trial cases. She has represented individuals in over 1000 DMV hearings assisting persons in maintaining their driving privilege.
Ms. Dwyer routinely represents defendants in San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, San Francisco County, Napa County, Sonoma County and Monterey County. She is a specialist member of California Deuce Defenders (a DUI Defense Organization), California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, California Public Defender's Association, San Mateo County Bar Association, San Mateo County Private Defender's Panel, and the California State Bar Association. Ms. Dwyer frequently speaks at seminars related to DUI Defense and DMV representation and is routinely contacted by peers for advice regarding these cases.
Ms. Dwyer handles cases in Traffic Court as well as Superior Court, defending serious felony cases, including three (3) strikes cases.
This firm offers free initial consultation, personal attention, the benefit of experience at trial and respect for the individual needs of the person accused of a crime. The representation is aggressive and well respected by peers in the legal community and judges. Please call to set up an appointment that can be arranged around your work schedule and which is entirely confidential. You may also contact Ms. Dwyer direct via e-mail at email@example.com.
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