Can I have my DUII misdeamener expunged It's been 5 years as of may 9 2014.Date of conviction was May 9,2009.carried CDL.For bus
On May 9 2009 I remember going to bed.Next thing I know I'm driving my car.Then I remember someone telling me to stay with them.I was unaware of what I was doing.Didn't find until about a year later that I was having what Doctors are classifing as amnesia seizures.I was arrested and because I had a CDL for school Bus.and I legally took Methadone for severe pain.I was charged with a DUII.Probation for 2 years and mandatory 48 hours in jail.This was 5 years ago,due to this misdemeaner I'm having a hard time getting a job.I work in the medical field as a CNA/Med Aide.How can I get this removed forever,where do get the papers
Unfortunately, Oregon law does not allow for DUII and other traffic crimes to be expunged. The only way traffic crimes...
So in 2012 my boyfriend was arrested for a dui and reckless endangerment. He was placed on enhanced bench probation and got a violation for not paying his fines and it was extended. He then posted if all of his fines and finished his classes but when he was supposed to get off they told him they were extending it further because someone quit and paperwork was lost. So he continued but he was upset because of it and once he thought he was off he was asked to come in for a meeting and was randomly tested and came up dirty for marijuana. Because of it they extended it until December 2016. He now has a court date and we are afraid he will get jail time but he works more than full-time and supports his mother, sick grandfather, as well as myself. Is there a way to avoid jail?
The best way to try to avoid jail, is to retain an attorney that can be fully familiar with the facts, and will be able...
I have a court date tomorrow for a DUI I got a few days ago in McMinnville, OR. I'm a tourist from CA. How should I handle this?
I'm on vacation here and got arrested for DUI. My court date is tomorrow at 10 a.m. I read on the website FightDuiCharges.com that I might be able to reduce my penalties and fees. Is that true? If so, how?
I may be in really big trouble because in 2011 I received my first DUI ever, in California, where I live
Do I need an attorney right now to represent me? I understand that Oregon law does not allow any form of plea bargaining for DUIs. Is that the absolute truth? I also am under the belief that the OR court may revoke my driver's license for a year. Of course, that would be disastrous for me.
Thank you for your help.
I am sorry you got in trouble while visiting Oregon. You will need to either hire privet attorney or if you are...