Category Archives: Diversion

Ignition Interlock Device Now Required for Diversion in Oregon

There is an important 2012 update to the requirements for DUI defendants to enter diversion.  As of 2012, all criminal defendants entering into the DUI Diversion program will be required to have an ignition interlock device (IID) installed in their … Continue reading

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Super DUII – Enhanced Penalties for High Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) in Oregon

The Oregon Legislature has created a “Super DUII” category as an enhanced penalty for Driving under the Influence. INCREASED MINIMUM DUII PENALTIES Oregon law now provides for a mandatory minimum fine of $2,000 for DUII defendants with a high Blood … Continue reading

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DUII RELATED CHARGES AND STATUTES

Quite often DUII Defendants are charged with crimes related to or arising out of the underlying DUII charge.  A District Attorney can prosecute a DUII Defendant with misdemeanor and felony crimes even if the police officer did not give a … Continue reading

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First DUI Charge Alert for Superbowl Weekend

Police will be out in force this Superbowl weekend.  If you find yourself arrested or charged for driving under the influence for the first time, you have important statutory rights that could keep you out of jail and reduce your … Continue reading

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How do I enter Diversion in Oregon?

When you need an Experienced DUII Diversion Attorney Let us help you enter Diversion for your DUII.  Contact Us at (503) 223-8441 for a free DUII  Diversion Consultation. OREGON DIVERSION In the past, a DUI defendant seeking to enter DUII diversion in … Continue reading

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OREGON UNCONTESTED DIVORCE

An uncontested divorce is when both parties have come to a full agreement on the terms and conditions of their divorce.  The terms often include the division of assets and liabilities, the creation of a Parenting Plan, Child Support and … Continue reading

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