All over the state, people find themselves getting pulled over by the authorities and getting charged with a DUI. While there might be times where you will feel overwhelmed and scared because you are alone, keep in mind that being charged doesn’t necessarily equate to a conviction.
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To have a chance at fighting the conviction, you should call our experienced DUI lawyers right away. Here’s what DUI attorneys want all of their clients to know:
If an officer has given you a citation and then released you with a DUI citation, you are ordered to appear for the scheduled court date as well as sentencing.
In cases where the driver has been arrested, they are given a piece of paper that contains an agreement along with the court date instructions upon release from the county jail. .
Drivers who are booked on Felony DUI charges are held in the county jail until their court date. Some cases, especially with the help of a Gladstone, Oregon DUI lawyer the drivers can be released as soon as bail is posted. All drivers facing a Felony DUI charges must appear in front of the Clackamas County Circuit Court. .
IAll court appearances will be at the Gladstone Municipal Court and the drivers should know their date, time, and location of their court appearance. Missing the date results in a warrant for arrest. The authorities will pick the driver up and add a Failure to Appear charge. Missing a court appearance means drivers will be held in jail until their next court date.
A trusted DUI Attorney will explain the different sentencing options
thoroughly. However, it is good to remember that a DUI is considered
a state crime and all DWI is handled differently, depending on the state.
A 12-step addiction treatment program known as the Clackamas County
Treatment Court Program helps people take responsibility for their deeds
and give them a better chance at recovery. The model includes added
sanctions and incentives which motivates participants to do better.
This is a program is for offenders with three or more misdemeanor DUIIs.
In Oregon, all first time DUI offenders are eligible for a DUI Diversion Program instead of the usual jail time. The offender must plead guilty and should not contest to the charges which result in the charges being dismissed after one year.
Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation and discover your legal options. You may call the Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group at 503-747-7198. We represent people in Portland, Gladstone, Milwaukie, Clackamas and most counties in the State of Oregon.
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