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Addressing criminal convictions in a job interview

For many convicted criminals in Oregon, facing a lifetime of guilt for the mistakes they made that landed them in trouble, is not the only consequence of their actions that they face. Once released after having served all of the legal consequences recommended by the courts, criminals face a unique set of challenges as they work to rebuild their reputation and create a successful life for themselves outside of prison walls. 

Fate decided for man who fatally injured two in crash

When people are facing charges for driving drunk in Oregon, investigators should perform a full-length investigation to determine whether or not the accused has indeed participated in the behaviors that he or she was accused of. Depending on the severity of the accident and whether or not other people were involved, the consequences a person may be facing could vary significantly. 

Why won’t a judge allow a DNA test for this man’s appeal?

The power of a DNA database has completely changed the way that police and other law enforcement agencies are able to solve a crime. Over the past decade, testing has become more sensitive, allowing labs to test even the smallest amount of DNA, as well as older DNA that has degraded. It seems like every day the news catches onto a story where DNA helped solve an old or current case. 

The link between stressors and drunk driving

People may get behind the wheel while intoxicated for a number of reasons. In some instances, a driver may struggle with an alcohol addiction, resulting in DUI charges because of their drinking habits. Or, a driver may rarely consume alcohol and get behind the wheel after drinking at a friend’s party. Unfortunately, this can lead to serious consequences that alter the entire course of their life. There are many different stressors that people may experience, such as the loss of a job or the end of a long-term relationship, and these can also play a role in drunk driving.

Just because it’s legal doesn’t mean you can’t go to jail

Recreational marijuana is legal in the state of Oregon, which means that all Oregon citizens of legal age, can enjoy marijuana if they choose to. Well perhaps, not everybody. There is a common misconception that in states that allow recreational marijuana consumption, that you have no risk of going to jail if you choose to consume it. Unfortunately for those on probation and parole, that is exactly what might happen. A failed drug test can still be considered a violation of probation or parole and may result in a return to a prison cell. 

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