Criminal Defense Attorney FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
- Computer Crime
- Domestic Violence
- Firearm Offenses
- Manufacture and Delivery of Controlled Substances
- Measure 11
- Medicinal Marijuana
- Restoration of Firearms Rights
- Setting Aside Convictions/Arrest Records
- Traffic Offenses (including CDL defense)
- Violent Offenses
- Weapon Charges
Though it is legal to represent yourself if you want to, it is not recommended. Without representation, it is very plausible your driving privileges will be suspended or revoked. The criminal justice system can be overwhelming. Why face it alone?
Though there is no specified limit like the blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) threshold, a police officer will absolutely arrest you and charge you if there is enough evidence of your driving while high on marijuana or other controlled substances.
Principal attorney Jody Vaughan spent over three decades as a criminal prosecutor. She is very familiar with the relevant policies and procedures regarding law enforcement in the criminal justice system.
We can track down relevant evidence that may have been overlooked by the police, or obtain evidence of their mishandling of the case. Essentially, we will arm you with the same arsenal of documentation that the prosecution is depending on to convict you.
Pendleton Law, LLC does not accept cases involving sexual abuse.
Hours of Operation
We are open for appointments Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Evenings and weekends are available by appointment.
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Contact our office today at (541) 226-3613 to schedule a consultation with an experienced criminal defense and private investigation team.