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San Francisco Bay Area Attorney Paul Burglin Named Dean of National College for DUI Defense®

MONTGOMERY, ALA. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 4, 2019

Attorney Paul BurglinSan Rafael Attorney Paul Burglin was named Dean of the National College for DUI Defense® (NCDD). Founding members of NCDD saw a need for specialized training for lawyers in order to provide competent legal counsel to protect the rights of citizens charged with driving under the influence (DUI). They recognized that people from all different backgrounds can be accused and charged with DUI; that the majority of these people are good and honest citizens with no prior criminal record; that people can only be convicted of DUI if jurors accept the opinions of police officers and government witnesses.

Paul is recognized by his peers as one of the most experienced and accomplished DUI defense attorneys in the state of California. In his 34-year career, Paul has represented more than 5,000 people charged with DUI. He has served as lead counsel in more than 120 DUI jury trials, and he is well known and respected by prosecutors and judges as a diligent advocate for his clients.

A regular attendee of the annual NCDD seminar presented at Harvard Law School on DUI defense, Paul is a Regent on the NCDD and editor-in-chief of its national Journal. In addition, he has co-authored the two-volume treatise California Drunk Driving Law since 2004 and is a graduate of the University of Indiana’s course on chemical testing and scientific protocols in DUI cases.


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