I have one speeding conviction for driving 56 mph in a 45 mph zone 6 mos. ago. I live in Phoenix, Az. I need advise or representation with this traffic complaint. I need to respond to the Malheur Co Justice Court by 8-5-2015
Try the Oregon State Bar attorney referral service: https://www.osbar.org/public/ris/
Good luck!See question
DUI 1st offense they found pot in her system after they did her baseline so now instead of twice per month she has to daily until they say. but now its legal for 21 and over does it still apply
I agree with my colleagues and write only to add that there are a few treatment providers in a couple of counties that will allow medical marijuana patients to continue to use their medicine.See question
i understand it is legal to be detained for failure to signal in Texas. I am wondering about other states.
A person may not be arrested for a violation in Oregon.See question
I received a cell phone ticket while driving, will this make my insurance go up?
If your insurance finds out that you were convicted of a cell phone violation they will likely raise your rates. Just about every time we contact our insurance company they run your record, so I would avoid calling them if at all possible. Whenever you add a driver, drop someone, change vehicles, open a claim, or call them and tell them you were cited you drastically increase the likelihood of a rate increase.
The best way to avoid the increase is to fight the ticket and win or get the cop /court to allow you do take a class for a dismissal. Good luck!See question
I WAS DRIVING 31 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. A posted sign said " 20 MPH 7 AM TO 5PM SCHOOL DAYS. knowing that school was out for the summer, I obeyed the 35MPH sign. I didn't know there was a private thereputic counseling center near with a couple days...
Enter a not guilty plea and try to get the officer to give you traffic school for a dismissal on the trial day. Most of the photo radar cops are pretty reasonable. If you can't get a deal you like you can roll the dice at trial those he your chances there are way better with an attorney. "I didn't know" isn't a strong defense as speeding is a strict liability offense, you don't have to know to be guilty. Good luck!See question
Im revoked and my gf truck got wrecked. I was not on thr scene but a week later I get ticketed for dri ing wile suspended failure to perform duties and wreckless driving. My cell phone was in the truck and police answered it when my gf tried to ca...
Don't answer the door unless you know the person on the other side. You don't have to talk to the police nor open the door when they knock. If they do end up serving you don't answer any questions and invoke your right to silence and an attorney. Then hire someone to help you fight it.See question
Failure to signal 100ft before turning.
The violation doesn't require a mental state as defined by law such as reckless, careless, or intentional.See question
I got into a fender bender and i did not have insurance at the time. Now im loosing my license for a year. The dmv report should have never been filed because no cars were towed, damage was less then 1,500, and no one was injured and at the time...
You should hire an attorney to fight the suspension. There are time limitations in place so make sure you or your lawyer request the hearing as soon as possible. You will likely need to testify so make sure you get someone in your corner who is familiar with these types of suspensions and how to beat them.See question
I finished all my requirements for my 2 year probation including all payments during that time. I don't drink and I don't do drugs but I also don't attend AA. Being a student in debt, and a mother to one I can't afford a lawyer to represent me. I ...
It sounds like Michigan has different requirements than Oregon so I'd check with a Michigan attorney. Perhaps the attorney who helped you when you were 21?See question
Speeding in a school zone in Toledo, OR. Court date on the back of the ticket was put on Memorial day. Officer called me to tell me she had put on a invalid date and wants me to come to the police department so she can reissue me a ticket. I h...
I absolutely agree with Mr. Reynolds and write only to add that an officer has to personally serve the new citation, mailing it will not do.See question