Law Offices of Shelley D. Dwyer
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Law Firm Overview
The Law Offices of Shelley D. Dwyer in Redwood City is known throughout California’s Bay Area for guiding people arrested for DUI and other crimes through the criminal justice system. Attorney Dwyer started her law firm in 1993, but has been defending the rights of the accused for more than 20 years.
The law firm’s clients appreciate the experience Ms. Dwyer has to offer. She has tried more than 150 jury trial cases and has represented individuals in more than 1,000 Department of Motor Vehicles hearing -- helping them maintain their driving privilege after a DUI.
Her experience with California drunk driving laws is vast and includes felony DUIs and DUIs for people under the age of 21. She also represents clients charged with drug crimes, sex crimes and domestic violence. Criminal defense attorney Shelley D. Dwyer has the experience, knowledge and compassion necessary to defend you against any criminal charges you are facing.
The Law Offices of Shelley D. Dwyer does not believe it should cost you anything to find out what your rights are. Clients are always offered a free initial consultation, either in person or via telephone, so that everyone has the opportunity to talk to an experienced and caring DUI/criminal defense attorney. The law firm also offers competitive rates and college students are eligible for a student discount.
Areas of Practice
- Traffic Violations
- White Collar Crimes
- Home page
- DUI Driver License Suspension
- Felony DUI
- Drug Crimes
- DUI Under 21
West Practice Categories
Criminal Law, DUI/DWI, Traffic Violations, White Collar Crimes
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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