Canby DUI Diversion Attorney
DUI is a crime that people are commonly arrested for in the Canby area. If you are charged with a DUI, having an experienced Canby DUI diversion attorney help you may be the best decision you can make regarding your case.
You may be eligible for the DUI diversion program. DUI diversion (ORS 813.215) is essentially a program that allows you to keep the conviction off of your record—as long as you are eligible to participate in the program and fulfill all the obligations required by the program.
Many times people who are eligible for the DUI diversion program choose to enter the program without the help of an attorney. Some people are successful, many are not. It is important to hire an attorney who is familiar with the law, and it is equally important to hire an attorney that is familiar with the court where you are cited appear, the prosecutor in charge of your case, and the judge who will hear your case. This type of knowledge cannot be read; it is learned through experience. Some of the common questions that diversion participants have are as follows:
- What happens if I get kicked out of diversion?
- How long do I need to have an ignition interlock device for?
- My interlock device registered alcohol, what do I do?
- Is there a treatment class near me?
- I got caught driving while suspended, will this affect me?
Unlike many DUI lawyers we don’t just help you get into the diversion program, we help you to understand it and stick with you throughout the entire process to ensure the program is successfully completed.
It is important to understand what you are committing to when entering the DUI diversion program. Doing this without the help of an attorney is an extremely risky decision, and chances are you will have questions or need help along the way. We have helped dozens of clients enter and successfully complete the DUI diversion program over the years. Feel free to contact us today to set up an initial confidential consultation.
If you were arrested in Canby for a DUI, contact an attorney immediately. The first 10-days are incredibly important because a request can be filed for a DMV (implied-consent) hearing, this must be done within that narrow time. A DMV hearing is one of the strongest tools that we have in preparing your DUI defense.
We deal with many different kinds of criminal allegations, DUI diversion issues, and diversion eligibility issues. Contact us today for help with your Canby DUI matter.