Hudson T. Bair

Hudson T. Bair

58 West Portal Ave.
Suite 154
San Francisco, CA 94127-1304

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Website: bairlegal.com

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About Hudson T. Bair

In 2008 I was invited by the California Continuing Education of the Bar to write a chapter on chemical test evidence in DUI cases. Each successive year I have revised and updated the chapter the reflect the newest case law, scientific articles and thoughts regarding chemical test evidence in DUI cases. As a DUI Defense lawyer, I was flattered to have my expertise and knowledge recognized by the CEB and continue to work diligently to provide the most current information on scientific issues in DUI defense and DUI prosecution.


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