SCOTT LAW FIRM
1388 Sutter Street, Suite 715 San Francisco, CA 94109 P:(415) 561-9600 F:(415) 561-9609
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Scott Law Firm
1388 Sutter Street, Ste. 715
San Francisco, CA 94109
Fax: (415) 561-9609
Directions to The Scott Law Firm
The Scott Law Firm is located at 1388 Sutter Street, Ste. 715, San Francisco, CA 94109, (415) 561-9600. We are in a tan building at the corner of Franklin and Sutter, just one block West of Van Ness. There is parking in our building through the Fern Street entrance (between Van Ness and Franklin) or street-metered parking in the neighborhood.
Directions from the East Bay:
Cross over the Bay Bridge to San Francisco and take the 9th Street/Civic Center exit. Drive straight for one block and turn right on 9th Street, a one-way road. Stay in the right-hand lanes and when you cross Market Street, the street changes names so that you will now be traveling on Larkin Street. Continue straight on Larkin, and once you pass Post Street, turn left at the next block which is Sutter Street. Our building is two blocks away on the left-hand side at Franklin.
Directions from the North Bay:
Cross over the Golden Gate Bridge to San Francisco and take the Lombard Street/Downtown exit. Continue straight on Lombard Street through the Marina district and turn right on Van Ness Avenue. Pass Bush Street and turn right at the next light, Sutter Street. Our building is at the end of this block on the left-hand side at Franklin.
Directions from the South Bay:
Take the 101 North and take the 9th Street/Civic Center exit. Turn right on 9th Street, a one-way road. Follow the directions listed in the East Bay section above.
Current Scott News
Judge: San Francisco police justified in shooting man in wheelchair - Wednesday, April 10, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A federal judge ruled San Francisco police were justified in shooting a man in a wheelchair two years ago.
On January 4, 2011 cellphone video of the incident was taken. It shows two officers firing at Randal Dunklin after he had slashed an officer in the shoulder.
The officers say Dunklin continued to be a threat, even after they fired a bean bag at him. Dunklin, who suffers from mental problems, was acquitted of wrongdoing, but filed a civil suit against police for excessive force.
The judge didn't buy it. Dunklin's attorney, John Scott, is outraged.
"Even if the shooting is on videotape and appears to be outrageous, that if a person can somehow claim self-defense, that the person is protected by the law," said Scott.
Dunklin plans to appeal the ruling to the Ninth District Court of appeals.
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