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A DUII charge may feel like the world crashing down around you. Shame, anger, and frustration, are some common emotions which accompany a charge like DUII.

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DMV and License Suspention
DMV and License Suspention
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First Time DUI
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In 1998, Mr. Herron started as a sole practitioner providing legal services to the Oregon City area community.

Herron Law  has now grown since then to provide expert legal
representation in DUI defense, DMV License Suspension Hearings,  Criminal Code charges, and serious Highway Traffic Act charges.

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Common Questions

First Offense DUI

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Field Sobriety Tests - Refuse or Take?

THE ROADSIDE (Field Sobriety Tests) TESTS ARE VOLUNTARY AND GENERALLY SHOULD BE REFUSED

The arresting officer has been skillfully trained to ask questions and collect evidence to prove your guilt, not innocence. You do have the right to remain silent. You should take full advantage of that right. And, you should contact an expert DUI attorney immediately.

If you have had anything more than a very small amount of alcohol to drink, do not submit to any field sobriety tests. All you will be doing is helping the arresting officer to build a case against you. Generally, that is the primary purpose of these tests. Many completely sober people will have difficulty passing the standard field sobriety tests, especially if they are older or overweight.

Breath Tests & Blood Tests

Breath Test Refusal

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CDL & DUI

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Oregon DUI Laws

Under Oregon DUI laws, an intoxicant can mean not only alcohol, but marijuana, street drugs, prescriptions drugs and even over the counter medications. If the intoxicant you are taking affects your mental or physical ability to drive, you can be charged with DUI. The level where you are considered, presumed, to be DUI in Oregon, as far as alcohol goes, is .08% or higher.

DMV License Suspension Hearing

Misdemeanor DUI

Felony DUI

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Out Of State DUI

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