In our 30 years of experience, we have found that there are no perfect drivers. We all make mistakes. The possibility of making a mistake escalates when alcohol is involved. We represent clients charged with DUI, Reckless Driving, and felony and misdemeanor Hit & Run.
In Oregon, traffic crimes are unique inasmuch as a conviction usually results in a potential suspension or revocation of driving privileges. An experienced attorney is essential to understanding all of the ramifications of a conviction and how it will impact your driving privileges.
We practice in all Oregon counties and municipalities. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to advise clients on whether or not to make any statement to the police, whether or not to take the DUI breath test, and how to handle the posting of bail or securing a recognizance release. In addition to representing clients in court, we also appear for our clients at DMV hearings.
We start with a compassionate and understanding approach. We independently assess whether a crime has been committed and whether the prosecutor has the evidence to convict. Thereafter, we work to bring the matter to an expedient and satisfactory conclusion.
If you are charged with a traffic offense, or believe you are under investigation for such an offense, please call us as soon as possible to discuss possible defenses to the charges and various approaches to resolving your case.
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