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DUII/Traffic Offenses

Defending You in Criminal Court and Before the DMV

When charged with DUII or other serious traffic offense, you face significant penalties in criminal court and DMV administrative proceedings. This is why it is important to secure the representation of a lawyer with experience protecting the rights and interests of clients in both criminal proceedings and before the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

At Arneson & Stewart, PC, our knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys have more than 80 years of experience skillfully defending clients in Roseburg, Oregon, and the surrounding area against a wide range of traffic offenses. Contact us online or at 541-378-4674 or 866-958-3556 to discuss how we can help you minimize the consequences you face.

It is extremely important that you contact a lawyer immediately after you have been arrested for DUII. By law, you only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing before the DMV regarding your license suspension.

Minimizing the Consequences You Are Facing

Some of the traffic offenses we defend clients against include:

  • DUII
  • Attempting to elude
  • Reckless driving
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Careless driving

We will explore all possible legal options available to you in order to minimize the consequences you face. You may be eligible for a diversion program. By participating in this program you may be able to avoid a drunk driving conviction and incarceration by undergoing substance abuse counseling and meeting other program requirements. Completing this program is one way to minimize the consequences of your arrest.

Vehicular Felonies

You most likely will be facing major felony charges if you were the driver of a vehicle that caused an accident resulting in the death or injury of another. Our attorneys also have experience defending clients against serious felony charges such as vehicular homicide.

What You Need to Bring When You Meet With Your Attorney

  • Bring the citation you were issued.
  • Also bring your temporary driving permit if your license is being suspended.
  • If you were put in jail, include any jail documents you were given.
  • If an intoxilyzer test was given, bring the printout from that test.
  • And have with you any insurance paperwork and any other paperwork you've received since your citation.

Contact us online to obtain experienced criminal defense representation if you have been charged with DUII or other motor vehicle violation. Our office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m, with evening and weekend appointments available upon request. We are conveniently located in Roseburg, across the street from the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center, and near the Douglas County Jail and Courthouse. Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted.

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Arneson & Stewart, PC
318 S.E. Jackson Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-378-4674
Toll Free: 866-958-3556
Fax: 541-673-9791
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