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San Francisco Lawyer Haitham Amin

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Meet Haitham Amin

Haitham (Sam) Amin has been representing clients in various legal matters since he started his internship at the Office of the Public Defenders in Solano County. There, he represented clients in both felony and misdemeanor matters.

He continued as a Deputy Public Defender in Marin County where he handled mostly DUIs and domestic violence cases. Mr. Amin also represents clients in civil matters, including personal injury and various other transactional-related cases. Mr. Amin is admitted in The State Bar of California; he’s also a Witkin Award Recipient for Academic Excellence.

Education

  • San Francisco State University, Bachelor of Arts
  • John F. Kennedy University, Juris Doctor

Affiliations

  • Bar Association of San Francisco
  • San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
  • Contra Costa County Bar Association
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  • Offering Free, One-on-One Case Consultations for Clients

  • Serving Clients Throughout the San Francisco Bay Area

  • Years of Former Experience as a Deputy Public Defender

  • Quality Representation & Aggressive Counsel

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  • "I had a third DUI about a year and a half ago. I was facing a mandatory 120 days in jail. Mr. Amin was able to get the case dismissed. Definitely highly recommended."

    Angela

  • "This was my first time hiring a lawyer, and he was honest about the process and sympathetic throughout. The outcome was better than expected and I would recommend him."

    Former Client

  • "DUI Charges against me: 1) Driving under the influence, 2) With blood alcohol content above 0.12. I had a bad case. Long story short, all charges were dismissed!"

    Soria