I'm a disabled Veteran living at the Salvation Army and looking for work and this misdemeanor on my record keeps popping up which keeps me from getting hired for jobs I'm fully qualified for. I would like to have it removed from my record if possi...
You qualify for expungement of this conviction provided that the following statements are true:
1. Your conviction was in the state of Oregon,
2. You were convicted of a single offense ,
3. You fully complied with the requirements of probation,
4. You are not facing any other charge at the present time,
5. You have not been convicted of any other offense, other than traffic violations and a single non-traffic violation, within the past 10 years.
Getting this conviction off your record will open up opportunities for you. Contact a criminal defense attorney for more information. Many of us offer a free and confidential consultation for in situations like this.See question
In summer of 2013 after a divorce I received a check in the mail from the mortgage company for overpayment after our marital home had sold. The check was for $800 and was in my name first and my ex spouse name secondary. I needed the money, so I s...
It is very unwise to post information about your criminal conduct online. What you post online can be read by the police and others who could do you harm. Be smart and consult an attorney in private.See question
My fiance is 16. I am 26, and am 23 weeks pregnant with his baby. In oregon they dont title rape with "statutory", but that is what its considered. I am being charged with 3rd degree rape. His parents approves of our relationship but the state i...
You need to discuss this matter immediately with a criminal defense attorney. Do not post anything else online about the situation. This is a very serious situation, which could have lasting consequences.See question
If someone is living in Nevada, would they be able to be fingerprinted by a sheriff in Nevada, and have the prints sent to an attorney handling their motion to set aside in Oregon? Or could they have the sheriff send them to the prosecutors office...
There is no problem getting your fingerprints taken where you are and sending them to your attorney in Oregon.See question
I have recently had my felony record expunged. I was wondering if I can legally own a gun and get a hunting permit? I currently live in Oregon but will be moving to Hawaii at the end of this year.
As a matter of Oregon law, once a conviction is set aside it no longer exists. Therefore, as long as you are not disqualified from possessing a firearm for any other reason, you would become legal to do so as a result of the granting of your expungement motion.See question
There was an altercation between my boyfriend and another individual at our residence. I woke up to it and tried to break it up. I was accidentally shoved aside in the process and I did not press charges when the police arrived. I still do not wan...
If you were personally served with a subpoena, you must appear. This being said, it might make sense for you to consult an attorney to see if there is any way for you to be excused from testifying. For example, if you are potentially facing charges based on your testimony, you might be able to take the Fifth because of concerns about possible self incrimination. These issues can only be explored in a confidential consultation with legal counsel. Keep in mind that the defendant's attorney and the prosecutor are not in a position to give you advice. Only your own personal attorney can advise you as to what you should do. It is not wise for you to post anything further about this online. Consult with an attorney in private. That is the only way you will be able to sort out your options.See question
I'm currently on limited supervision in Oregon. My probation ends in a few months but me and my Lady can't wait any longer to move out of state. We both have good jobs waiting for us but they can't be held for us much longer. I'm just wondering wh...
Leaving the state and violating probation may seem attractive, but it could cause you enormous grief down the line. A much better option would be to seek early termination of your probation. Speak with a criminal defense lawyer about this. We have gotten such relief for clients, thus preserving their freedom to move without adverse consequences and worry.See question
Hello, I have a question regarding an old drug charge. I received a felony conviction 21 years ago for possession of LSD here in Portland, OR when I was 21 years old. I have had NO criminal strikes against me since then including ZERO traffic vi...
Oregon's expungement law (ORS 137.225) now allows expungement of this crime, provided you have not had any arrests or convictions since your conviction. You should consult a criminal defense attorney for details.See question
i have four felonies but i am on an informal probation contract
Oregon's expungement law is codified in ORS 137.225. Many felonies qualify for expungement. There are waiting periods, from 3 years, to 10 years, and even 20 years, depending on the circumstances. Contact a criminal defense attorney who practices in Oregin for an evaluation of your eligibility for expungement.See question
if I had several child porn pictures (less than 100) on my computer and that computer got taken from the police what am i facing criminally. multnomah county, oregon. I have not been charged with a crime yet. the police took my computer about 1 m...
Any person facing a criminal charge should consult a criminal defense attorney immediately. Charges like this can have a life long consequences. Be smart. Get a lawyer immediately. And stop posting information about your criminal conduct online.See question