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1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Oregon on
Q: Can my address be given away after a DUII before my court date? I received letters from attorney's regarding it.

Arrested December 11th, 2017. Clackamas County. No one, including family or employer has my address. Feel violated for for disclosure of personal information before I was even convicted.

Jared Justice
Jared Justice answered on May 4, 2018

Direct mail marketing is a form of advertising that many attorneys use. The way they get this information is through public records requests for the arrest.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, DUI / DWI and Traffic Tickets for Oregon on
Q: I'll try making this question short and too the point without dragging on with tiny details, only facts. On Jan

Jan second said person got convicted of duii for illegal drugs. He knew his licence was suspended and so not driving, then a week ago he was told by a police officer face to face he was valid to drive, said person confirmed this three times in the week via phoning the dmv. Tonight he was pulled... Read more »

Jared Justice
Jared Justice answered on May 4, 2018

This is an incredibly frustrating situation. Unfortunately, bad advice is not a defense. However it can be incredibly mitigating.

The notice issue could possibly be a defense, but, most of the time when someone is convicted of a DUII they sign a suspension notice right there in court.

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Oregon on
Q: I got a dui in Jan still haven't had court. Da office has no record of my citation. What do I need to do.

This is my first offense so I already served more than 60 days of suspended license. The sheriff has not turned the citation to the da office.

Jared Justice
Jared Justice answered on May 4, 2018

This is something that does tend to happen (some places are worse than others). You should hire a lawyer to go over your case with you and try to monitor the case as carefully as possible.

One thing you do not want to do is bring attention to the situation. It is pretty rare that...
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1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI and Traffic Tickets for Oregon on
Q: Traffic Law: DUI how might i want to talk in court? how should i work on lowering my sentence.

I recently got a dui, driving home at 1am alone, while under the influence of marijuana.

I wasnt parting all night, I was on campus working all that night.

this is my first offense.

Jared Justice
Jared Justice answered on May 4, 2018

You need to speak with a DUII attorney as soon as possible. It sounds like (from your question) that you are thinking about doing this alone. You should re-think that, even if you are eligible for diversion.

Getting into diversion is not the hard part of dealing with a first time DUII...
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