Available for free, confidential consultations 24/7 at (415) 230–2346

San Francisco DUI Lawyer Michael Rehm provides representation on driving under the influence, criminal defense and traffic citation matters to those accused in the city by the bay. The liberal attitude of the city does not apply at 850 Bryant Street when facing a DUI or criminal charge. If you were arrested for a DUI, the first thing that needs to be done is a hearing must be set with the DMV within 10 days of your arrest. The number to call is (415) 557-1170 to accomplish just that.

If you are charged with a DUI or felony offense, your court date will be held at 850 Bryant Street San Francisco, CA 94103. If you happened to qualify for pretrial diversion, generally when charged with a low level misdemeanor, your appointment will be at 567 7th Street San Francisco, CA 94103. For more information on Pre-Trial Diversion in San Francisco, see .

The law in regards to DUI’s has changed through the years, and although it has become easier on defendants in regards to their drivers license, it has become more heavy handed in the court system. In regards to your drivers license, restricted licenses are much easier to obtain, and earlier than years past. Most of the new laws in regards to restricted license require an Ignition Interlock Device (breathalyzer) in the vehicle. But, once that is installed, the options for a restricted are much greater than before.  In the court system, at least in regards to first offense cases, the sentence n court has gotten greater, meaning generally more days of Sheriffs Work Alternative Progam or Electronic Monitoring. Actual in custody jail time is still extremely rare on 1st offense DUI cases throughout California.

Michael Rehm provides free, confidential consultations 24/7 at (415) 230-2346. Call to see how your case needs to be defended.

The Law Office of Michael Rehm
505 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 230-2346

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