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Nors  Davidson

Nors Davidson

San Francisco Bay Area DUI Defense Attorney
  • DUI & DWI
  • California
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San Francisco DUI attorney Nors Davidson has successfully handled over 2000 Bay Area DUI and DMV related matters over his 22 years of practicing law in California and is an experienced DUI defense lawyer you can trust to get the best possible result.

Nors Davidson personally handles all aspects of his clients DUI cases and believes that the RESULTS MATTER. It's for this reason that he is the top-rated DUI defense attorney in all of Northern California with over 200 positive DUI client reviews on Avvo and Yelp. Moreover, DUI attorney Davidson maintains the largest index of actual DUI case results which are available on his website so check it out!

Nors Davidson regularly appears in San Francisco, Marin County, Alameda County, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County, and as a DUI expert, is also often retained for DUI cases in California courts as remote as Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Lake Tahoe and Crescent City.

The Law Office of Nors Davidson is NOT a DUI defense "firm," so you'll always know who your lawyer is and that he is indeed local....not some Southern California firm that just farms your DUI case out to another attorney.

DUI attorney Nors Davidson is NOT a traffic ticket lawyer. If you or someone you know has been arrested for DUI in the San Francisco Bay Area, you need a DUI attorney, not a speeding ticket lawyer who also handles DUI's. Reasonable payment plans available and discounts offered for Zelle payments so call DUI attorney Nors Davidson today for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Practice Area
    DUI & DWI
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Case consultations are free. Flat fee agreements negotiable depending on facts of the case and jurisdiction. Reasonable payment plans accepted.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Discounts provided for Zelle payments.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
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Languages
  • English
  • Korean
Professional Experience
Associate Attorney
Law Office of Robert Tayac
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Deputy Public Defender
San Francisco Public Defender's Office
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Law Clerk
San Francisco District Attorney's Office
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Nors Davidson served as a law clerk for the homicide division of the San Francisco District Attorney's Office as a law student at the University of San Francisco. In this position, Mr. Davidson made countless contacts with prosecutors, judges and public defenders that would prove crucial to his later success as a San Francisco DUI attorney.
Education
Univ of Idaho
Undergraduate Degree
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U of San Francisco School of Law
Law Degree
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Awards
Top Rated Lawyer
Avvo
San Francisco DUI Attorney Nors Davidson was awarded Top Rated Lawyer by Avvo in 2022.
Professional Associations
California State Bar  # 220397
Member
- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
The Dreaded San Francisco Bay Area Third Offense DUI
Blogspot
Speaking Engagements
DMV & the Courts: Separate but Evil, The DUI Court Process and DUI Trial, San Jose, California
Continuing Legal Education "CLE"
Keynote speaker providing training for attorneys in handling their first DUI case.
Handling a First DUI Case, The DUI Court Process and DUI Trial, San Francisco, California
Continuing Legal Education
Keynote speaker for group of California attorneys providing training for handling first offense DUI cases.
Certifications
Licensed Attorney
California State Bar
Websites & Blogs
Website
Law Office of Nors Davidson
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Blog
The Law Office of Nors Davidson
Legal Answers
4 Questions Answered
Q. Who should I contact?
A: Whenever anyone is taken into custody, like in this case by the CHP, they are taken to the local county jail. So the first thing you need to do is identify which county he was arrested in so you can determine which jail he’s presently being held. Once you know which jail holds inmates arrested in a given county, you can then access the jail inmate locator on the main jail website. Enter your husband’s details and then you should be able to get basic arrest information which often includes the charges he was arrested on, the bail amount so he can be released, his case number and any future court dates. Using this information, you can also access the county superior court website, criminal division, to get more information about his case. Depending on the type of case, he may have a posted bail amount. You can either post that amount with the county or go to a bail bondsman who will pay the bond and get him released for approximately 10 percent of the bail. This money is non refundable so sometimes it’s better to wait for the court hearing so he can request release on his promise to appear or OR. Anytime someone is in jail you need a lawyer. I would suggest calling an attorney who practices in the county of arrest and that specializes in the type of case, i.e. DUI lawyer, felony lawyer, etc. ... Read More
Q. I was served a witness subpoena by district attorney's office via mail. Is this a real subpoena? Do I need to show up?
A: The subpoena is real. A subpoena from a District Attorney almost always relates to a criminal case and for that reason the DA will surely continue to serve you, whether by mail or in person, until you appear in court. If you willfully refuse to appear when you’ve been served a subpoena to do so, you can risk criminal penalties or even jail remand. The DA isn’t going to stop so the best thing to do is to confirm receipt of the subpoena and then try to negotiate the terms of when and where you’ll give your testimony. Our system of justice relies on witnesses and compliance with subpoenas so know that by responding you’re also performing a civic duty. If you feel that responding might expose you to matters you’re not comfortable testifying about, you should consult your own attorney first. ... Read More
Q. Should i fight thia and plead not guilty
A: You should always fight every charge! If you plead guilty, you'll be convicted 100% of the time. You should consult with a local attorney(s). Consulations are usually free of charge and if the lawyer is experienced and honest, they can advise you what they an do to help. Lawyers can often get the sentence reduced or dismissed outright. While it's true that you might end up guilty at some point, it's critical to know that you got the best result possible and that you're advised of possible penalties that you may not have been aware of.
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The Law Office of Nors Davidson
201 Spear Street, Suite 1100
San Francisco, CA 94105
Telephone: (415) 601-4140
Cell: (415) 601-4140
Fax: (415) 660-3314
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The Law Office of Nors Davidson
111 North Market Street, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 94903
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Telephone: (415) 601-4140
Cell: (415) 601-4140
Fax: (415) 660-3314
Monday: Open 24 hours (Today)
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
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The Law Office of Nors Davidson
1300 Clay Street, Suite 600
Oakland, CA 94612
Toll-Free: (415) 601-4140
Telephone: (415) 601-4140
Cell: (415) 601-4140
Fax: (415) 660-3314
Monday: Open 24 hours (Today)
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours