Roseburg Lawyers For Wildlife Offenses
Oregon is known for its rugged terrain and bountiful wildlife. It is no wonder that hunting and fishing are two extremely popular activities in our state. Of course, hunters and fishers must follow many different laws for environmental and safety reasons. The Fish and Wildlife Division of the Oregon State Police devotes significant resources to ensuring that hunters and fishers follow these laws. In rare, but serious cases, federal law enforcement agencies may become involved in these matters as well.
The penalties for violating these laws can be strict. You could lose your hunting or fishing license and have to give up your animals. You may even have to give up your weapons. In the most serious cases you could face severe criminal penalties. If you or a loved one has been accused of a wildlife violation, it is crucial to work with a knowledgeable lawyer.
For years, Arneson, Stewart & Styarfyr, PC has provided tough, effective legal representation to people facing all types of criminal charges. Our Roseburg wildlife offense attorneys have the experience and skill you need to defend yourself against these serious allegations.
Douglas County Hunting Violation Attorneys Offering A Strong Defense
Hunting or fishing violations can involve all types of accusations, including:
- Hunting on the enclosed lands of another (trespassing)
- Exceeding daily limits
- Hunting without a valid license
- Borrowing a tag
- False application for resident hunting license
Our lawyers will closely review the evidence in order to find any flaws in the government’s case. Depending on the facts of each case, we will try to negotiate a result that minimizes the consequences associated with these charges or to go to trial if that is not possible. Our team of lawyers has successfully defended hunters and fishers across the region and is prepared to present the strongest possible defense.
Contact Arneson, Stewart & Styarfyr, PC
Contact us online or call 866-977-1385, toll free at 866-977-1385, to schedule an appointment. 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.