Attorney David A. Hill has 38 years of trial experience defending clients charged with serious criminal offenses within the state courts of Oregon. Representing criminally charged clients in many of the state's circuit courts has allowed Mr. Hill to become familiar with many individual prosecutors, judges and other defense attorneys working in these diverse circuit courts throughout the state. Attorney David A. Hill is uniquely qualified to defend clients charged in any of the circuit courts within the State of Oregon and is able to communicate effectively with the various prosecutors and judges throughout the state. Attorney David A. Hill will travel to any county within the State of Oregon to pursue the effective resolution of a client's criminal charges, including trial if necessary. If you or a family member has been charged with a felony offense anywhere within the State of Oregon, call for a free consultation with Attorney David A. Hill.
A resident of Oregon all of his life, David A. Hill graduated from the University of Oregon in 1973 with a bachelor's degree in Political Science. After graduation, he attended the University of Oregon School of Law where he graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1979."After graduating from law school, and passing the Oregon State Bar examination he started his own law firm, with his early practice consisting of both court appointed and retained criminal defense cases, as well as a variety of civil cases. After 37 years of practicing criminal law, Mr. Hill's primary areas of expertise include Drug Defense, Search and Seizure law, Measure 11 defense, and DUI/DUII defense.
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