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I need to take a DUI class and live out in the country. Does Oregon DMV accept online DUI class certifications? The classes are offered at DUIProcess ,com and it says Oregon DUI classes it is a 20 hour class. My DUI was in 2003.
No. You need 90 days of demonstrated abstinence and individualized treatment. Get in touch with a lawyer so you know what you're getting into. You'll also need permission from the court before you leave state.
International travel can be a problem with a DUII, or a warrant, so you want to make sure the receiving country will let you in.See question
I understand the fines are a little less, that the DUI shows up as 'diverted' as opposed to 'convicted', not that it is likely to make much difference? I also understand 'go see a lawyer' (I have, they were sort of helpful, but confusing, pushy, a...
If you just enter a guilty plea you'll have all of the requirements of diversion, plus the extra money, jail time, license suspension, two years bench probation, SR-22 insurance requirement, and a criminal conviction. If you get a second DUII the penalties get worse whereas if you successfully complete diversion the next one would be a first conviction.
One reason to hire a DUII specialist is that we help you navigate the truly confusing process and do our best to help you understand what you're getting into.See question
The police officer said the reason I pulled you over was because your brake light was out after he left I checked both my brake lights and they both work how can he lie like that? Can I fight in court the tickets he gave me?
I'm sorry that happened to you. Any chance someone was with you when you got home and checked your tail lights? Did you get any photos? These kinds of cases are hard because it typically ends up with a defendant's word against the cop's word and judges tend to believe that the cop is telling the truth. You can certainly fight it; remember to be calm and provide as much evidence as you can. Refrain from calling the cop a liar, your demeanor is going to be a major aspect of your defense. Take the high road.See question
Looking to dismiss traffic violation based on defective citation... arresting officer's "name" not present OREGON ORS 131.035; 153.045 (1), (3)(d); 153.051 (1)
You could certainly give it a shot; I haven't researched what "name" means under 153.051 but I like where you've gone with it so far!. You can find the officer's name and other information here, http://dpsstnet.state.or.us/PublicInquiry_CJ/smsgoperson.aspx if you'd really like to know.See question
Im going to treatment in Oregon for a DUI. I tested negative for everything and I test randomly test based off a color system. I recently tested positive for 5 ng THC. The cut off for my county probation on a GCMS is 20 ng. I have not been smokin...
Call they attorney who helped you with your DUI. Generally speaking we avoid suing folks until after the criminal case is over to avoid further trouble, but every case is different.
The positive result is certainly upsetting. Were you at a party or somewhere else where other people were smoking pot? I always warn folks that if you can smell the smoke it may show up as a positive on a UA.See question
Hello, I received a RADAR speeding ticket offense # 811.111 exceeding speed limit interstate 65 zone 21+ mph with presumptive fine $435 on 5/27. This is the first traffic ticket I have received so far. The court appearance is in Douglas co jus...
Your best bet is to hire an attorney to help you. It sounds like you were ticketed for a class A violation, which will be terrible on your record. Each court has different timelines, so I can't answer that part of your question but you can appear through an attorney or by mail.
The date on the ticket is your arraignment date, which like I said, can be handled with a not guilty plea by mail. It's important that you don't miss that deadline or you will be convicted by default. I strongly suggest talking to a traffic ticket attorney to make sure nothing gets dropped.See question
I Have a california DL, I was in portland for a long weekend when i thought about driving back to california. I have IID installed in my personal car but when i rented a car in portland, they gave me the car without asking me about my restrictio...
I advise contesting the citations if even to minimize the consequences. If you're on probation or some kind of diversion this case could have a terrible impact on your CA case. There is a lot to go through here and no attorney client privilege or confidentiality so stop posting things online and contact a traffic ticket specialist as soon as you can. Also call your CA attorney and let them know what happened.See question
I was out riding my motorcycle with 2 other people on motorcycles. All 3 of us were indeed speeding when we passed a motorcycle cop sitting behind some trees and we were pulled over. He pulled all 3 of us over and wrote all 3 of us a ticket for sp...
You all need lawyers. If you get convicted of going 100+ the judge will suspend your license for 30-90 days. The cop only has to convince the judge it's more likely than not that you were going 112, so you're not looking at a slam dunk. Call a traffic ticket attorney as soon as you can.See question
I was making a left turn across traffic when I driver was driving up the middle lane and t boned me. I was in the right police agree
Contact a personal injury attorney or post your question there.See question