San Diego Criminal Attorney

Having been arrested or taken into custody is probably one of the worst, most humiliating experiences you’ve had. One of the most important decisions you face is choosing an attorney who will vigorously defend your rights, and who will make sure you get the best possible outcome for your case.  Call (619) 238-1905 for your FREE Consultation.

San Diego criminal attorney, William Daley is an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney who will help you through this troubling and terrifying event, and fight for your rights.

With over 30 years’ experience in defending people charged with DUI, he is aformer U.S. Marine, Deputy Sheriff and experienced San Diego criminal trial attorney who will provide you with aggressive personalized legal representation. With more than 30 year’s of criminal law experience, from misdemeanors to murder, William Daley knows how to get the best result and is prepared to give you the rigorous and thorough representation you need on your case.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE / DUI / DWI – What You Need to Know Now:

When you are arrested on suspicion of DUI, both the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Court will take separate action.

You are given several documents when you are released from jail, two of which are very important: 1) the Notice to Appear, which tells you when and where to appear at Court; and 2) the Suspension/Revocation Order and Temporary License (referred to as the “DS-367″ by the DMV – we refer to it as the “pink temporary license”).

Because of our great Constitution, you are automatically given the right to challenge the criminal charge of driving under the influence through the Court process. However, because driving is a privilege and not a right, the DMV does not automatically give you the right the challenge the DUI charge against yourlicense. You must contact the DMV Driver Safety Branch to set up a hearing to dispute the charge within 10 days of your arrest. Failure to do so will result in a suspension without the opportunity to dispute or challenge any evidence relating to the arrest and charges of DUI against your license.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!  Contact our office today for a FREE CONSULTATION.


Other Criminal Charges

San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney, William Daley has over 30 years’ experience defending people who have been charged with a wide variety of criminal offenses. There is nothing more troubling than being arrested and facing criminal charges, or being the subject of a criminal investigation. The Law Office of William Daley is dedicated to protecting your rights and fighting for your freedom.

At the Law Office of William Daley, we handle all types of criminal charges, including, but not limited to:

Most common misdemeanor offenses:

  • Petty Theft/Theft
  • Drug Possession/Sales
  • Under the Influence
  • DUI

And more serious charges such as:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Assault/Battery
  • Robbery
  • Sexual Offenses
  • Forgery
  • Child Abuse
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder

Our office also handles a number of record-clearing options such as misdemeanor expungement, felony conviction reduction and expungement. Contact your San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer today for more information regarding these options, or for a FREE CONSULTATION. (619) 238-1905

JUVENILE LAW CHARGES

Has Your Child Been Charged With A Crime in San Diego? Being arrested can be a traumatic experience for a child under 18 years of age. (Needless to say the heartbreak we go through as parents.) Whether currently in custody or released and facing juvenile court, it’s best for a child to return back to normal life as soon as possible. I’m here to help.

Why A Juvenile Defense Attorney? Juvenile court has many differences in how cases are handled in comparison to adult court. For example, a juvenile case is tried in front of a judge, not a jury. I have intimate knowledge of how the juvenile system works and what legal strategies are best to defend a client under 18 years of age.

The San Diego Probation Department Processes Arrested Minors through San Diego Juvenile Hall. When transported to the detention center, a probation officer will decide if the minor should remain in custody or be released to a parent or guardian. It is important to begin defending the juvenile case immediately. Give me a call so I can fight to ensure the best future for your son or daughter.

Call us today (619) 238-1905