Alan Spears, a highly experienced criminal defense trial attorney practicing since 1975 is committed to the delivery of outstanding legal representation. Alan personally handles each and every case, and develops that most important Client-Attorney bond: one predicted on trust, confidence and respect. Obviously any one with financial resources can retain a high-priced lawyer. Finding the right lawyer can be a daunting task, running the gamut from perusing phone book and television ads to following up on referrals from relatives, friends and co-workers. Most often the exigencies of pending court appearances necessitate clients making hasty and offer regrettable decisions. The most important factor to consider besides the obvious necessity of the lawyer being competent, experienced, selectively aggressive and effective is that he/she have your best interests at heart at all times -- not just when you hand her/him a retainer check or fist-full of cash. Alan Spears is the lawyer you should call first for competent, effective, experienced representation with your best interests being his main and only objective! The consultation is free and, most importantly, you'll receive Alan's honest legal assessment without any high-pressure scare tactics to get you to retain. Call Alan Now: (619) 227-1802. Free Consultation/Resonable Fees. www.AlanSpears.com
ALAN'S RECENT DUI RESULTS
.21% Blood Alcohol
San Diego Superior Court (South Bay) June 25th 2008; Case No. S219564
Plead to CVC §23152a and CVC §23578. Count 2 CVC §23152b DISMISSED. Minimum fine plus penalty assessments. $100 monthly fine payments stayed until 10/1/2009. Attend MADD and First Offender Alcohol Program. No jail, interlock device or vehicle impound. 5-day Work Sentence stayed pending successful completion of probation; then stay becomes permanent. 5 years summary probation.
.12% Blood Alcohol
San Diego Superior Court (Central Division) July 2nd 2008; Case No. M049265
Plead to CVC §23152a. CVC §23152b DISMISSED. Minimum fine plus penalty assessments. Attend MADD and First Offender Alcohol Program. No jail, interlock device or vehicle impound. No 5-day Work-Sentence or AA Meetings! 5 years summary probation.
.12% Blood Alcohol
Los Angeles Superior Court (Van Nuys) July 3rd 2008; Case No. 8VY02489
Plead to CVC §23152a. CVC §23152b DISMISSED. Below minimum fine ($1,545) due by 1/9/2009. First Offender Alcohol Program in San Diego. No MADD, Hospital ER/Morgue visit, jail, work-sentence, interlock device or vehicle impound! 3 years summary probation on condition attends 16 AA meetings.
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Certificate of Appreciation for Pro Tem Judicial Service||San Bernardino Superior Court||N/A|
|The People of the State of California||Highly Successful Capital Murder Trial Lawyer|
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|Landfall Legalese: The Caribbean||Customs and Immigration Protocols||1996|
|Drug Testing||Drug Testing Laws Pertaining to Mariners||1996|
|Landfall Legalese: The Pacific||Customs and Immigration Protocols||1995|
|California Southern LS||Law||Juris Doctor||1975|
|Western State University College of Law||Law||Bachelor of Science in Law||1971|