If you have a Class C felony or misdemeanor (other than a DUII or traffic crime) on your record, with the help of a criminal defense lawyer you have the ability to have it expunged from your record.

For over 25 years Daniel Woram has represented many parties with matters of Domestic Violence and understands that it is important to investigate and be as aggressive as possible when defending these cases.

DUII arrest is many people’s first experience with the criminal justice system. It is very important that you act fast and have an experience criminal defense lawyer at your side to help you during this stressful time.

Oregon classifies crimes as either felonies or misdemeanors according to their seriousness. Both felonies and misdemeanors have three classifications, A, B and C.

It is often overwhelming for a person charged with a serious drug offense to look at the potential prison consequences. It is important to have an aggressive criminal defense attorney to address the lawfulness of the police actions that led to the arrest and charges.

Ballot Measure 11 crimes are person crimes that, upon conviction, require a mandatory minimum prison sentence.  A judge has absolutely no discretion in sentencing.

The most common person crime is Assault, which can be charged under four categories: Assault I, Assault II, Assault III, and Assault IV.

There are a number of crimes categorized as property crimes, including Burglary, Theft, Identity Theft, Forgery, Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass, and Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle.

Now, with Ballot Measure 11, there is a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 75 months. These are serious charges. It is my experience that most charges, from Sex Abuse to Rape, are based upon statements of a complainant by themselves with little or no physical evidence.

Traffic crimes include DUII, Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief, Failure to Perform Duties of a Driver (Hit and Run), and Driving While Suspended. These crimes are usually Class A misdemeanors and carry up to a one-year jail sentence, and a $6,250.00 fine.

Get in Touch.

Name *
Reason for Inquiry*