One doesn't have to be sober to legally consent. My colleagues are right that sex cases offer difficult challenges, especially if one party tries to bring charges and only she and you know what really happened. Be careful.
I'm sorry to hear about this.
It would be a good idea to start with the local police. You might want to check to see if there's a victim's rights organization in Oregon that can help people like you report past crimes.
Good luck and I hope you're able to find justice.
If you are talking about a criminal case, you need to hire an attorney who is familiar with filing what is called a "Rule 32 petition." Rule 32 of the Alabama Rules of Criminal Procedure provides a way for folks like you to raise claims that you were denied your constitutional right to counsel in your criminal proceeding. It is through this petition you can raise your claims of ineffective assistance of counsel.
If you are talking about a civil case, like a divorce or car-wreck case, you...
I agree with my colleague. If you cannot afford an attorney, you should ask the court to appoint one for you. Explain these circumstances to the attorney and they will help you fight the police search/seizure.