The skilled attorney, at Kollie Law , can craft defenses and mitigation to zealously advocate for your rights. If you find yourself charged with a crime please contact us as soon as possible.
- Ballot Measure 11 Charges
- Domestic Violence/Person Crimes
- Marijuana and Drug Crimes
- Restraining/Stalking Orders
- Sex Offender Registration
Being charged with a drunk driving or DUI offense can be a traumatic experience for a driver. In the event that you or a loved one is arrested for drunk driving, you will need experienced legal representation that can immediately start to prepare your defense, help you reinstate your driving privileges, and work to mitigate penalties and fines. With years of experience handling hundreds of DUI trials and DMV Hearings our team at Kollie Law with help you achieve the best results possible.
We have years of experience representing individuals in restoring their rights. If you have been convicted of a felony, domestic violence charge, drug crime, or restraining order you have lost your Second Amendment Rights. We can get your rights restored. Once your rights are restored pursuant to ORS 166.274 you can shoot, hunt, and even get a concealed hand license. Our office can assist with expungements, felony reduction to misdemeanors, or restoration of rights.
Criminal convictions never come off your record unless you obtain a court order expunging the conviction. If you have been charged with a crime, but the case was dismissed, your record will reflect an arrest. Arrests will also remain on your record unless you expunge them. Your criminal history can affect many areas of your life; from employment, to financial aid to housing and services. Under Oregon law, some arrests and convictions can be expunged or removed from your record. These generally include misdemeanors and low level felony convictions. Most sex crime convictions, traffic crime convictions, and higher level felony cases are not expungeable. There are exceptions though, and you should contact our office to schedule an appointment to discuss whether your convictions or arrests are eligible.