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 »
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...Read more »
I was involved in accident in Oregon . The officer wrote me a ticket for wreck less driving warning which Idint know can it be challenged ? Now I am looking to work for different company & it's showing up on my record I am holding a Cdl license . & new company won't hire me.
I read that as long as it's used for farm work, isn't loaded over 8,000 pounds and isn't wider than 8 1/2 feet it could qualify as an Implement of husbandry. Is this correct, seeing how the Suburban isn't 8 1/2 feet wide and wasn't pulling a trailer or was it loaded with... Read more »
For traffic violations, paying a fine and entering a plea by mail is beneficial in that it allows a person to avoid appearing and waiting in court, only to pay the same amount of money that they would if they went to court.
There benefits to appearing in court and entering a plea of no...Read more »
Your question is a bit ambiguous. It isn't so much a matter of discovery as it is that your declaration would be considered your testimony, and it isn't going to be hidden from the opposing party. If you are asking if you should send a copy of your declaration to the opposing side (law...Read more »
The number you have listed 17CR54394 looks to be a criminal case, which is a number the court assigned. The numbers on the citation are often internal numbers, think of a checkbook and your check number, a way to track things. If you want further clarification you should contact the Clerks office...Read more »
I work for a car sharing company and the employer wants the employees to pay for parking tickets, loading zone tickets, or any city parking violations. If they think the employee is responsible. The thing is our app and software if very glitchy and a work in progress so they can't really track... Read more »
Assuming we are talking about Uber or Lyft or the like, the question is still whether or not you are an employee or independent contractor. If the later, then the contractor would be. If the former, if the ticket goes to you as an employee, then the employee likely needs to since illegal acts are...Read more »
DMV said he has to write a letter saying i didnt know so that I can get my license unsuspended and get a removal of a ticket for $400. However he was on bench probation at the time of the accident but he did have an SR-22. if he writes that letter what happens to him? Does he get put back on... Read more »
This the guy who took your keys? Thought I answered that. In any event, he should ask his lawyer. I would advise you get the letter, he put you in the jam, if his sorry self is back inside you can look for someone who won't leave you high and dry.
I received a citation for speeding. The officer put on the citation that I was driving a 1984 Volvo 240, when I was driving a 1996 Honda Accord. Also the last digit of my license plate is wrong on the citation. Also the officer said I was going 85 MPH in a 65 MPH zone which is 11-20 MPH over the... Read more »
I was hit by a person merging into my lane earlier, they told me I was at fault, that I hit them because they were in front of me and I rammed them. The scuffs are on the back of my car and there is a dent on their front left side of their car. I was uninsured (paid my insurance right after,... Read more »
Doesn't matter if the ticket was for speeding or anything else, you were not supposed to be driving. If you did not go to court, they will likely issue a bench warrant, and it will not look good to your PO.
I am fighting a speeding ticket I got from Oregon State Police. The trooper told me it will cost me more to ask for discovery's then just pay the ticket. I know I can win if I have everything I need from the Officer. Do I have to pay for discovery's I request? If not what is the law saying I do not?
Generally, in traffic cases you have to track down the discovery you want. With OSP, you should send a letter to their records department with a $25.00 check. That's usually their minimum fee. They will notify you if there are further fees that need to be paid. Unfortunately, OSP is extremely...Read more »
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