Charlotte, NC asked in DUI / DWI for Oregon

Q: In 2011, I had my State of Oregon drivers license revoked for 3 dui's. I am a professional engineer and am finding it

virtually impossible to get employed, especially after a background check. Am I doomed forever? Is there anything I can do?

I am desperate and do not know where to turn. Any constructive advice is greatly appreciated.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Bill Powers
Bill Powers
  • DUI & DWI Lawyer
  • Charlotte, NC

A: Sorry you're going through such a tough time. More info is necessary to answer the inquiry.

Experienced lawyers would likely want to ask, during a PRIVATE consultation and not on an on-line forum, questions like:

1. Is the license "permanently revoked?"

2. When were the convictions?

3. Are there any other issues in any other states?

4. Is the goal to move to North Carolina?

5. Is the goal to obtain a Driver's License or something else?

Again, given the complexity of these things, it would probably be better to call a lawyer and talk.

Many DWI Defense Lawyers provide a confidential, free consultation. . .even if just to see if they can help.

Bill Powers

North Carolina DWI Defense

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