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2 Answers | Asked in DUI / DWI for Oregon on
Q: I had a DUII in 1998 and another one in 1999 another in 2009. My license is now revoked. Can I ever get it back?
Sunil K Raju
Sunil K Raju answered on May 14, 2013

It sounds like your driver's license for revoked for life. A "lifetime" revocation means that your driver's license is "permanently" revoked. But, after the passage of time, you may be able to get your license back. A skilled attorney can review your criminal history and explain DMV's regulations... Read more »

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Q: I need to know if it would be better to go to trial or take the plea for felony possesion
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Sunil K Raju answered on May 14, 2013

It depends on what you mean by "felony possession." Of a firearm? Drugs? Generally, in addition to the type of charges involved, your criminal history, being on probation or parole, and the facts of your cases are the biggest factors. A skilled defense attorney can help you weigh the pros and cons... Read more »

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Q: Can someone conducting an investigation shine lights at you in your home and remain around your property?
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Sunil K Raju answered on May 14, 2013

If that someone is a police officer, there are strict limitations on what the officer can do on your property. The normal requirement is that to enter a person's property police must have a warrant, and if they do not have a warrant, they must believe that there is some specific justification to... Read more »

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Q: If I am victim(witness) in a domestic violence case in Washington county Oregon. I no longer live in the same place.

Am I served with subpoena if I talk to someone From DA's office over phone and my identity is not asked for but the phone line is on my name. Also I don't want to give my new address to them, is it ok to do so.

Sunil K Raju
Sunil K Raju answered on May 14, 2013

For you to be "served" with a subpoena means that somebody, usually a Sheriff's Deputy, must actually serve you with a subpoena. If you get the subpoena in some other way--say, you get it mailed to you, or you talk to somebody on the phone--is NOT a way of getting "served" if you are a witness in a... Read more »

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Q: Important questions to ask in DUII in Oregon?
Sunil K Raju
Sunil K Raju answered on May 14, 2013

One of the most important questions to ask your attorney is what experience they have in prosecuting or defending DUI cases. Many attorneys would have to say "none." Remember, attorneys are just like any other profession--you need to ask questions to make sure your attorney has the kind of... Read more »

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