Providing an Aggressive Defense Against Major Felony Charges
A serious felony conviction can automatically lead to significant time in prison. In fact, people found guilty of a sex crime are forced to register as sex offenders even after they leave prison. These types of punishments can have a lasting effect on your life. That is why it is essential to hire a criminal defense lawyer who has experience achieving results in high-stakes cases.
At The Arneson Group, we aggressively defend clients in Roseburg, Oregon, and the surrounding area who have been charged with major felony crimes. Our knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys have more than 80 years of experience defending our clients' rights. Contact us online or at 541-378-4674 or 866-958-3556 to schedule an appointment and begin discussing your case.
Sex Crimes and Other Measure 11 Offenses
If you are charged with sexual assault or other Measure 11 Offense, saying the wrong thing during police questioning or polygraph tests can bring about disastrous results. Make sure that before you answer any questions or submit to a polygraph test, you hire an attorney who has experience handling these types of cases.
Our firm has experience successfully defending clients against Measure 11 offenses. Some possible Measure 11 offenses include:
Anytime an accident results in a death or injury to another, the driver of the vehicle causing the accident runs the risk of facing criminal charges. The police will investigate whether intoxicants, excessive speed or careless/reckless behavior were involved.
What You Need to Bring When You Meet With Your Attorney
- Bring the charging document. This can be a citation, a District Attorney's information sheet, or an indictment.
- If you were jailed, bring the release agreement from the jail.
- Have with you all other documents that have anything to do with your case.
It is important that you do not tell authorities anything until you have secured the representation of a lawyer. Contact us online to receive experienced criminal defense representation against your felony charge. 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.