25 Years of Experience Fighting DUII Charges in Oregon
Oregon’s laws related to driving under the influence of intoxicants — or DUII/DWI/DUI — leave little room for defense. That is why it is important to turn to an experienced drunk driving lawyer if you or someone you care about is facing DUII charges. Hugh Duvall has over 25 years of experience representing clients in difficult and complex drunk driving cases.
Call 541-345-4500 or contact us by e-mail to schedule an initial consultation or case evaluation with experienced criminal defense attorney Hugh Duvall.
Anyone Who Drinks and Drives in Oregon Places Him or Herself at Risk
Maybe you only had a drink or two at dinner with a friend or you went out for a drink with an associate. If you drive home, you are at risk of the police charging you with DUII — even if your blood alcohol content is below .08%.
Oregon’s DUII/DWI/DUI laws are some of the toughest in the country — nearly a zero tolerance policy. Oregon laws allow police officers to charge an individual with drunk driving if they consider any one of the person’s mental or physical abilities negatively affected by intoxicants. You need an attorney to protect your rights in these situations.
Protecting Your Driving Privileges
When you are facing most criminal charges, you only need to be concerned with the criminal court process. DUII is different. If you are accused of driving under the influence (sometimes called drunk driving or DWI), you will need to protect your rights related to Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) sanctions in addition to the criminal proceeding.
Hugh Duvall has more than 25 years of experience protecting clients’ rights against these charges. He will give you a realistic idea of what to expect from each part of your DUII defense and aggressively protect your interests.
Contact us by e-mail or call us directly at 541-345-4500 to speak with Eugene, Oregon, criminal defense lawyer Hugh Duvall.
Credit cards accepted · Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except the noon hour, Monday through Friday · Jail visits upon request · Conveniently located in the historic Duvall Building, 2 1/2 blocks from the Lane County Courthouse