Tix was issued yeaterday months after accident. Insurance has payed out the property owner whos fence and tree were taken out. Driver was booked 4 months later at jail after not contacting officer afterer a 24 hour notice of compliance.
"Booked in jail" tells me this is a criminal case, and the traffic infractions you describe are problems -- but the least of the driver's problems. The driver needs a good criminal defense attorney, yesterday. On your specific question, yes, the police can charge an infraction like those you describe any time within 6 months of the incident date. The defendant should have gotten a criminal attorney months ago -- the less continued delay in hiring one, the better the likely outcome. I'm sorry you're going through this! You'll get more answers on the hit-and-run crime if you switch the question category to criminal defense. I almost did that for you, but your specific question is about the lesser infractions, so I'll leave it for you to decide if you'd like to put this in a different category.See question
She smoked weed on the 18th and has probation on the 20th. If they U. A her will she be in trouble? Please help very important.
First, your daughter needs a lawyer, yesterday. To answer your question: Yes. THC is a robust drug and its metabolites stick around in our system for some time. The exception: if she has an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) card, her probation could be structured in such a way to permit her to continue to use her medicine. House Bill 4014, signed into law March 3, 2016, provides at section 50 (page 35):
(2) Notwithstanding ORS 137.540 [Oregon’s general conditions of probation], the conditions of supervision of a person who holds a registry identification card and is sentenced to probation related to the use of usable marijuana * * * must be imposed in the same manner as the conditions of supervision of a person sentenced to probation related to prescription drugs.
Oregon has a well-defined manner in which it treats prescription drugs for DUII probationers: “every individual receiving [outpatient DUII treatment] services has the right to: * * * (i) Receive medication specific to the individual’s diagnosed clinical needs.” OAR 309-019-0115. In House Bill 4014, the legislature recognized that holding an OMMP registry card signifies an individual has received a diagnostician’s recommendation for cannabis use on a qualifying medical condition. Cannabis, simply put, is medicine for these folks.See question
I'm in diversion for a DUI. While at work, I got stopped by a cop for a traffic violation. Of course, you need to drive with an interlock device when driving. I know that there is an exemption, but I didn't have the paperwork at the time. I wound...
One of the promises Diversion petitioners like you make is: "I promise I won't drive any vehicle without an IID for the entire year of DUII Diversion." For employer provided vehicles, you are exempt from that requirement so long as you have proof you've notified your employer about that situation on you when you drive. Since you didn't have that proof with you, you've technically violated your Diversion contract and the court could revoke Diversion, convict you, put you in jail, and impose a new 1-year license suspension. Get an attorney, yesterday! And be sure to satisfy in glowing terms all the rest of your terms of DUII Diversion. Make sure the court has your correct address -- if they send you a Diversion revocation hearing notice and you don't show up, you get convicted IN ABSENTIA. One of your other Diversion promises is to always keep the court apprised of your current mailing address -- check your mail, and check that the court has your correct address, and don't let mail sit. You don't want to miss a hearing and get convicted. You need a criminal DUII attorney, not a infraction traffic ticket attorney, so I'm changing your question to the DUI field.See question
The package was sent to my boyfriend's parents in Minnesota. It's had their last name with the address. It did not have a name with the return address. There was no note inside. The melted substance smells like a plant that is recognized in our st...
Having a legal grow in Oregon does not mean you can send weed across state lines. That is the kind of federal crime for which the United States Attorney will likely seek to prosecute you. Anything you say to the government will be twisted and used against you. Hire an excellent cannabis attorney, with federal court experience, NOW. Because prison.See question
My boyfriend got a ticket many many years ago, he is unable to get his lisense so he just has a state ID card, he wants to pay and clear up anything he has but we are having a hard time finding out the who he owes and how much. Helpo
Project Clean Slate can help too, and may be able to help him get his license in exchange for community service instead of paying fines, see here: http://projectsecondchance.us/frequently-asked-questions-eng/See question
I have a warrant in Clackamas county and in Multnomah county when I get arrested I am going to prison because when my son was murdred I. 2013 I relapsed and ended up with a fellony theft charge amongst others the theft1 being the only charge I'm ...
Why not? You'll need to enter a county building to get a marriage license with proof of ID though. Assuming you're not arrested on the warrant there, Oregon has a 3-day waiting period. Then, you must have a ceremony with an officiant and witnesses to complete the marriage license and send it back to the county. There are two kinds of wedding officiants in Oregon: judges and clerics. Go with door #2, for obvious reasons. Oregon does not pry into the seriousness of any particular religion, so feel free to get married by a cleric from The Church of Dudeism or the Universal Life Church. People can become a cleric in those religions with an online application (although again, there's a wait time before they get their ordination papers). Congratulations on finding love! And of course, hire an attorney to help you with your criminal law questions, and pose this marriage question to her too.See question
I got a letter from citi bank wanting me to fill it out saying that I opened a card in my moms name without her knowledge even though that's not true she is crazy and has a history of doing this not sure what to do
You should get into a criminal defense attorney's office with that letter before you're charged with elder abuse / fraud / identity theft. That's what that letter sounds like it's alleging.See question
so me and my friends went into a construction site and climbed a crane without breaking or stealing anything just being adventurous kids what would the fine be if we got caught
Crimes are punishable by jail, primarily, rather than fines. "Infractions" or "violations" are punished with only fines, but what you're describing is at least criminal trespass, and some overzealous prosecutor could charge it as Burglary II or UUV (felonies). Point being: the fun (slight) is not worth the risk (jail, loss of job opportunities as a convicted criminal, etc.).See question
I went to prison for 6 yrs, and am on reduced supervision.
Just ask your parole officer. She'll want to know why you're asking permission to leave the state. Typically, alcohol and drug treatment can be easily accomplished out of state. The bigger question: will she let you leave the state at all? You should have a very good reason, before you ask.See question
Officer pulled my over because my tires extended an inch beyond my fenders. During the stop he asked me why my seatbelt was not on and I admitted I was driving without it.
Seatbelt tickets often have decent ways to handle them even without a lawyer. Call the court clerk to see if you qualify for some sort of class. Also, please start wearing your seatbelt, I'm sure you have people who love you who want you to live. If you drive a flashy rig of any sort, be prepared to be pulled over more often than an understated, normal pickup truck. Be aware that your CDL status subjects you to a higher level of scrutiny and expectations, and bars you from many Diversion programs as part of federal anti-masking laws. If you don't need a CDL, surrender it as it will hurt your ability to keep your record clean. Call any good traffic ticket lawyer for more details on why.See question