A Focus on DUI Defense
For over 39 years, Carmel attorney Thomas Vinson Nash has pioneered advanced DUI defense in Monterey County. Tom is the only Monterey County lawyer to be featured as a contributor in the authoritative statewide book, California Drunk Driving Law by Ed Kuwatch, Paul Burglin and Barry Simons.
Certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to administer Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs) and certified in the Drug Evaluation & Classification Training Program.
Mr. Nash is a Past President of the Monterey County Trial Lawyers Association and a longtime member of the California DUI Lawyers Association as well as numerous other Criminal Defense Associations, including National College for DUI Defense, California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ) and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). Tom is the lawyer other lawyers talk to when they have questions about DUI defense.
Personalized Criminal Defense Assistance
What sets attorney Tom Nash apart is his personalized approach. Tom Nash works personally with all of his clients and has the experience and understanding to support you during a tough time. Tom makes all of his own court appearances as well as DMV hearing appearances and supervises every file in his office himself. You will not be left to an associate or trainee to handle and discuss your case.
If you have been charged with a crime related to:
– driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs,
– driving under the influence with injury,
– driving on a suspended license related to former DUI convictions,
– possession of drugs while driving,
– or juvenile driving offenses.
The Law Office of Thomas Vinson Nash provides superior outcomes. Serving Monterey County and all Peninsula cities of Salinas, Seaside, Pacific Grove, Carmel, Big Sur, Marina, Pebble Beach, King City, Soledad CA.
If you have questions about DUI in Monterey County, “Call the DUI Guy”, Tom Nash.
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 1991.
Private reproval, public disclosure issued in CA, 1991
updated on 11/30/2016
Private reproval, public disclosure means the attorney did something wrong but may still practice law. The Bar warns the lawyer in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
Thomas's comment: “ironically, more than 25 years ago I received a supposedly private reproval from the State Bar, not because of anything to do with my law practice, but because I myself got a DUI late on a Saturday night. Here it is, showing up 25 years later. If you are a nurse, health, home or child care provider, real estate or insurance professional, pilot or truck driver, military (officer or not), lawyer or doctor, a DUI can severely impact your profession. Don't go unrepresented. Hire a DUI specialist.”