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unusedusername
09-01-2009, 7:29 PM
I keep reading that everyone should have a good lawyer on speed dial in case uppity cops decide that your bolt gun is somehow a machine gun, or if someone breaks in and winds up at the wrong end of your 12GA...

Can someone recommend a good one in San Mateo county? I don't have any need of representation at the moment, but I'd hate to think what would happen if I needed it and didn't already have one on speed dial.

Thanks!

EDIT: I'm pretty sure this is the right forum, but mods can feel free to move this if it isn't in the right place.

elrcastor
09-01-2009, 8:03 PM
Don Kilmer

http://www.dklawoffice.com/

DAVIS & ASSOCIATES

http://www.calgunlawyers.com/Davis_%26_Associates/Home.html

Michel and Associates

http://www.michelandassociates.com/

HowardW56
09-01-2009, 8:08 PM
Don Kilmer

http://www.dklawoffice.com/

DAVIS & ASSOCIATES

http://www.calgunlawyers.com/Davis_%26_Associates/Home.html

Michel and Associates

http://www.michelandassociates.com/

Don Kilmer is the closest...

http://www.dklawoffice.com/ (http://www.dklawoffice.com/)

DAVIS & ASSOCIATES Mission Viejo (Southern Orange County)

http://www.calgunlawyers.com/Davis_%26_Associates/Home.html (http://www.calgunlawyers.com/Davis_%26_Associates/Home.html)

Michel and Associates Long Beach (Southern Los Angeles County)

http://www.michelandassociates.com/ (http://www.michelandassociates.com/[/quote)

Mstrty
09-02-2009, 12:44 AM
San Mateo.... Your so screwed.. Good Luck

Whiskey_Sauer
09-02-2009, 11:27 AM
All fine lawyers, no doubt. But if charged with a crime, you don't necessarily need a good gun lawyer. You need the best and most experienced criminal defense lawyer that is right for the circumstances. In fact, he or she may be a gun-hating, bleeding heart "true-believer type," but if he or she can defend you zealously and competently, that's more important than their expertise/knowledge regarding guns and the Second Amendment generally.

bwiese
09-02-2009, 11:37 AM
All fine lawyers, no doubt. But if charged with a crime, you don't necessarily need a good gun lawyer. You need the best and most experienced criminal defense lawyer that is right for the circumstances. In fact, he or she may be a gun-hating, bleeding heart "true-believer type," but if he or she can defend you zealously and competently, that's more important than their expertise/knowledge regarding guns and the Second Amendment generally.

That's very true.

In many cases good general criminal law reperesentation is what's needed.
Many cases involving firearms really do not revolve around RKBA/ technical-legal issues. In fact, quite a few gun cases are more dependent on matters relating to rules of evidence, search/seizure legitimacy, etc.

yellowfin
09-02-2009, 12:26 PM
All fine lawyers, no doubt. But if charged with a crime, you don't necessarily need a good gun lawyer. You need the best and most experienced criminal defense lawyer that is right for the circumstances. In fact, he or she may be a gun-hating, bleeding heart "true-believer type," but if he or she can defend you zealously and competently, that's more important than their expertise/knowledge regarding guns and the Second Amendment generally.How the heck do those types get over their hate for us--can they be trusted to do so? The judges seem to want to sell us out at the drop of a hat almost every time.