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Drunk driving charges and your job

Finding yourself behind bars for driving under the influence can be very upsetting on a number of levels, whether you worry about who will provide your child with the care they need or you have to miss out on important events that you have been planning on attending for a long time, such as a wedding. However, there are other ways in which drunk driving charges can turn your life on end, such as creating problems with your job. Unfortunately, losing a job over DUI charges can lead to a series of negative occurrences, whether they are financial or emotional in nature.

What is the BAC limit for drivers under 21 in Oregon?

When it comes to drunk driving, these charges can be especially hard for young people and their parents, as we have outlined on this blog. However, some may not be aware of the laws in Oregon, which can lead to devastating consequences. For example, someone charged with DUI may lose their driving privileges, which can present a whole host of challenges that interfere with daily life. As a result, it is important for parents and their children who are under 21 to understand the relevant laws in Oregon and any state they drive in.

The problem with junk science at trial: The “Reverse CSI-Effect”

Science is a fundamental aspect of modern crime prosecution. Most courtroom science is related to evidence found at crime scenes and analysis of fingerprints, footprints, weapons, blood, hair and other similar items. These pieces of evidence are often used to prove in the eyes of the state that an individual committed the crime.

Facing DUI charges as a parent

In a recent post on our law office's blog, we looked at underage drunk driving charges from the perspective of a parent. However, there are other ways in which DUI charges can upend a parent's life and the lives of all their family members. For example, when a parent is charged with driving under the influence, life can become complicated for everyone in the household in an assortment of ways. If you are facing these charges and are unsure of what to do, it is pivotal to handle your case with care.

Man exonerated after serving 45 years in prison

When someone is convicted of a crime in Oregon, depending on the severity of the situation, he or she may be able to appeal. In successful cases, individuals who have been previously charged with a crime may be able to have their actions expunged. If they are serving in prison, they may be exonerated and able to live life freely. However, in these types of situations, it can be difficult for people who have been previously convicted to resume living life normally without facing intense ridicule from others. 

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