Q:How many laywer jokes are there?
A: Only FIVE the rest are all true!
Q: How do attorneys sleep?
A: They lie on both sides
Q: What do you call an attorney with a low IQ
A: Your Honor
Q:What's the difference between a lawyer and a liar?
A: The pronunciation
Q: Why won't sharks eat lawyers?
A: Professional courtesy
David Kaye is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego, with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Economics. He obtained his law degree from Western State University in December of 1993, and was admitted to the California State Bar in 1994. He subsequently sought admission and was accepted into the United States District Court, Southern District. Mr. Kaye worked as a Law Clerk for a Superior Court Judge in Orange County, and worked as a Law Clerk for the Office of the United States Attorney in San Diego. He then served as a Deputy District Attorney in Tulare County located in Central California. Mr. Kaye left the public sector and established a private practice limited to Family Law and Criminal Law, with an emphasis on trial work. For thirteen years Mr. Kaye was Of Counsel with the Law Offices of Myles L. Berman and represented clients at trial. Myles L. Berman operates a premiere DUI defense law firm and works under the trade name Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney and has several offices throughout Southern California. You might have seen or heard the commercials with the catch phrase: "Friends don't let friends plead guilty" www.topgundui.com Mr. Kaye also was trial counsel for the Law Offices of Eugene Ellis for nearly a decade. Eugene Ellis owns and operates one of the most well known and well respected DUI defense firms in San Diego and works under the trade name Mr. DUI. www.mrdui.com Mr. Kaye has been active in the legal community and served four years as Co-Chairman of the Criminal Section of the San Diego North County Bar Association. Mr. Kaye has represented more than 4,000 criminal clients and has personally tried more than 250 jury trials throughout every County in Southern California. He was routinely retained by other law firms to represent their clients at trial.