You can only get a CHL under Oregon law if you have expunged those old felonies, or had a statutory restoration under ORS 166.274. Either of those options would restore your rights and allow you to obtain a CHL. Speak with a knowledgeable attorney about the process to get started.
I purchased a van and it went into my boyfriends name because we used his auction account to purchase the van. The title is going to my post office box and I have a signed paper with a copy of his ID stating that I am the legal owner of the van. He took off with my key and refuses to give it to me.... Read more »
My fiance has filed a petition for me to come to the US to marry. We are now a month away from the fiance visa interview in my home country (Vietnam). He is now under criminal investigation. Likely he may be arrested in July 2019. We are now considering to cancel the K1 - fiance visa... Read more »
Boyfriend is getting out of Prison in Oregon on drug charges but p.o. is saying that we can't have contact untill he does class for domestic violence charge that happen in Wyoming with his ex wife in 2015 but was not convicted can they do that
Most likely yes. If he wants to get out of prison early, he must agree to comply with and be under the supervision of a parole officer. That officer has great latitude and authority to require his parolees to do a variety of things and certainly insisting upon the successful completion of...Read more »
No, your case is not likely dismissed. Some busy courts, like Lane County Circuit Court, run so late in getting the DUII cases on the docket, that defendants often show up and the District Attorney's Office isn't ready for the arraignment. In that situation, the case isn't on the...Read more »
Contact attorneys in Oregon and Washington that practice in expunction/expungement and felony rights restoration. You may need two separate attorneys unless you can find one licensed to practice in both states. I cannot speak for your options under Washington law because I am not licensed to...Read more »
A black powder gun counts as a firearm. "Firearm means a weapon, by whatever name known, which is designed to expel a projectile by the action of powder and which is readily capable of use as a weapon. "
Hi i live in the state of oregon. My friend is 45 and I am 18. She was drinking before she came and picked me up and I didn't know she was until we got pulled over. They made her do some test outside the car and arrested her. They then asked me if I was drinking and I said no. They asked me... Read more »
You will not face any problems. She will have to deal with the DUI charge through the normal channels. It's a very common charge and in most cases a first time offense can be resolved without a criminal conviction. This is called "DUI Diversion" and while it is a bit of a pain in...Read more »
I understand that corruption of blood bars a person from inheriting, retaining, or transmitting any estate, rank, or title; but I don't understand what is meant by work corruption of blood, or forfeiture. I'm hoping for a way to get a basic understanding of this.
I was a passenger in a single vehicle accident. The driver fled but its my truck and I panicked and fled too. The truck flipped but no other cars were involved. I live in Hermiston, Umatilla County, Oregon
You should not post online about or otherwise discuss this incident with anyone until you speak privately with an attorney. You can seek one out on your own, or you can contact the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service. This service can refer you to a local lawyer who might be able to...Read more »
I was incarcerated in sc for 9 months in 2004ish and I owed the bank $100,000.00. My home was almost built and was worth at the time $400,000.00 but when I got out it was gone. Was that legal or was it most likely sold for what I owed and someone just got a awesome deal or was there a way that the... Read more »
You need to have an attorney look into this ASAP. There are many obstacles that must be satisfied, plus additional ones if you were in jail, to foreclose in property. If you were not notified, you may have a claim.
The police came because my friends brother set off a firework. My safe was on the beach, unlocked but not open. The police opened it without my permission and took it with them. Now that weed is legal, is there a way I can get my stuff back without getting in trouble?
I'm under investigation as a "sexual offender" which is bogus, I haven't been charged in almost three weeks, the voluntary 10-day non-contact agreement DHS had me sign expired a week ago, no restraining order, but my wife got "emergency custody" due to the... Read more »
If you have criminal charges pending against you, you cannot have contact with the alleged victim due to an automatic no contact order that is imposed at the beginning of a criminal case. The house is still marital property, unless there was a legal separation or dissolution proceeding that...Read more »
Miller was used to support both the ruling opinion and the dissent. How do you extract that the prefatory clause is non-essential to the amendment based on the previous ruling in Miller? Looking for some help in my high school law class. Thanks! I'm supposed to consult anyone's that might know.
Why risk being charged with custodial inference? When he turns 18 he can live anywhere he wants. Just tell him you have a room waiting for him when he turns 18 and he can stay as long as you both want.
me and my wife were assaulted by our oldest duaghter who is 16. we have a total of 4 kids including her 2 of which have special needs who witnessed the incident and traumatized by it. we called 911 police came and refused to arrest our daughter even though there was clear marks on both my wife and... Read more »
If your daughter is a minor in your custody you have the legal right to commit her for a psychiatric evaluation or to put her in some type of institution that works with problem children. You would have to figure out how to pay for these services. Your health insurance might cover the psychiatric...Read more »
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