- Police can lie to you. Don’t make any statements and request a lawyer to end the interrogation.
- A new bill would give judges discretion on whether an ignition interlock device (IID) is required in a vehicle while on DUI diversion.
- Hunting for Impaired Drivers: A night in the life of Eugene DUI Enforcement
- The DUII Intensive Supervision Program out of Multnomah County can be a wonderful alternative to incarceration for repeat DUI offenders. The goal is treatment and recovery rather than prison time. More info below on the program and how one person recently benefited from it.
- “Is that a cop behind me? Don’t look back.” Part 1: Dodge Charger.
Daily Archives: January 3, 2014
As usual, the Eugene and Springfield police were out in full force New Years Eve making DUI stops. If you or a loved one were involved in a DUI incident, contact MJM Law Office, P.C. We specialize in Oregon DUI defense and will protect your rights.
Police arrest 20 people over New Year’s Eve Eugene and Springfield authorities round up numerous people on drunken driving charges By Edward Russo The Register-Guard PUBLISHED: 12:00 A.M., JAN. 2 Police in the Eugene and Springfield area arrested 20 people on drunken … Continue reading
On January 2, 2014, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled that an officer had insufficient probable cause for a prostitution arrest in Portland and overturned the lower court’s conviction. The defendant’s criminal defense attorney filed a motion to suppress evidence based on what they considered to be an illegal stop by the officer. After the Circuit Court upheld the constitutionality of the stop, the Court of Appeals on review overturned it for the reasons below. This is in an important win for Oregon criminal defense and DUI attorneys who use suppression motions as an important tool to keep officer activity in accordance with our legal rights.
Officer’s suspicion ruled insufficient as probable cause By Nigel Duara The Associated Press PUBLISHED: 12:00 A.M., JAN. 3 PORTLAND — Setting off alarm bells in the mind of an experienced police officer is not enough reason to compel a search, and … Continue reading