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Beverly Hills DUI Attorney Dana Raz

Practicing DUI defense in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, drunk driving defense   lawyer Dana Raz draws on her background working for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and the Israeli Armed Forces.   DUI attorney Raz is known for aggressively fighting her clients' DUI charges,   working to save their clean records and their drivers licenses.

Beverly   Hills DUI Attorney Raz began her career as an intelligence analyst for the   Israeli   armed forces. In that role, she processed, analyzed and monitored intelligence   information regarding spy programs, enemy activity and geo-political developments.

Upon immigrating to the United States, DUI attorney Raz earned a college degree   in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, an MBA from California   State University and a law degree at Southwestern University. During law school, Dana clerked for the Los Angeles District   Attorney's Office, where she interviewed witnesses, assisted in criminal investigations,   drafted and argued motions, and prosecuted preliminary hearings in felony cases.

Following law school and her work with the prosecutor's office, DUI attorney   Raz went on to practice criminal and drunk driving defense. She immediately   distinguished herself as a relentless and highly effective advocate, winning   impressive results even in difficult DUI cases.

Beverly Hills DUI attorney Raz is   very involved in the events of the local   legal community. She serves on the Board of governors for the Beverly Hills Barrister Bar Association. She has established great relationships with prosecutors and judges, and is very adept at maneuvering DUI cases through   the justice system so as to secure the best results for her clients.

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