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Trial attorney David Taylor Kaye, owner of the Law Offices of David T. Kaye, has experience in dealing with various types of misdemeanors and felonies, including domestic violence, shoplifting, reckless driving, assault and battery, drug possession and use, and traffic violations. However, since he founded his law firm nearly seventeen years ago in San Marcos, California, he has focused his considerable expertise on the defense of individuals charges with misdemeanor and felony driving under the influence (DUI). Considered an expert in defending DUI cases, David Kaye has represented clients who have been charged with one DUI offense, as well as those charges with as many as seven prior offenses.

Prior to opening his firm, David Kaye worked in the court system. In 1994, David Kaye served as a Deputy District Attorney, and also worked as an attorney for the Domestic Violence Prevention Project in Vista, California. Mr. Kaye also held the position of Law Clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of California, as well as the Superior Court of California, Orange County.

David Kaye’s legal career began at the Western State University College of Law, where he graduated in the top twelve percent of his class. An honors student, Mr. Kaye was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Evidence. Today, David Kaye remains an active part of his professional community. He belongs to San Diego’s North County Bar Association, and served as a co-chairman of the organization’s criminal section for several years. In addition, David Kaye is a member of the Lawyers Club of San Diego, an organization founded in 1972 to advance equal protection under the law while promoting the advancement of women in the legal profession.

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