James Farragher Campbell

James Farragher Campbell

4 Embarcadero Center Suite 1400
San Francisco, CA 94111

Phone: 415-425-6123

Website: www.campbelldemetrick.com

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About James Farragher Campbell

BOARD CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE-1999 BOARD OF REGENTS- 1995-2000 DEAN OF THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE- 1999-2000 James Farragher Campbell is board certified by the National College for DUI Defense and was the founding chairman of the Certification Committee. He is a Fellow of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers and engages exclusively in the defense of DUI and Vehicular Homicide cases with Campbell & DeMetrick, a professional law corporation, serving all of the greater San Francisco Bay Area counties. He was also one of the founding members of the National College and served as Dean from 1999 to 2000.


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