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Gypsy Jokers Clubhouse Leader Found Not Guilty In Federal Racketeering Case

(Portland, Ore) On a cloudy Tuesday, November 30, 2021, a federal jury in Portland, Oregon’s Federal Court found two members of the Gypsy Jokers, also known as the Gypsy Jokers Outlaw Motorcycle Club, guilty of kidnapping and murder in aid of racketeering. The charges were brought for the 2015 kidnapping and murder of Robert Huggins, a Portland resident and former club member and the trial lasted five weeks.

Can I Fight A Restraining Order?

If you have been served with a restraining order you need to know that this is a serious situation and without legal representation can cause major disruption to your livelihood.  In Oregon, a restraining order falls under the Family Abuse Protection Act (also known...

In Oregon, Why Would You Need To Register As A Sex Offender?

Sex Crimes are very serious and can have life-long consequences. If you are charged with certain types of sex crimes, you are required by law to register as a Sex Offender in Oregon. The state can charge you with a crime for not registering as a Sex Offender when...

Different Types of Law Enforcement Agents

With so many different types of government law enforcement agents, it can be confusing whichgovernment agent does what and how a citizen should react to each of them. In an emergency, you should always call 911. When reporting a non-emergency you should call your...
Domestic Violence Arrests Increase During COVID-19

Domestic Violence Arrests Increase During COVID-19

Because of many factors, including work-from-home, homeschooling, the existential dread of the Pandemic, lack of space in the home, and even some regions releasing violent criminals early, there has been a worldwide surge in Domestic Violence arrests and Restraining...

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Why Defend “Guilty People?”

Why Defend “Guilty People?”

First off, everyone deserves to have their rights protected. That's why rights are there. To make sure the system is as fair as possible to all people. That said, we often to ensure that happens, and that's why everyone charged with a crime should strongly consider...

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Sex Crimes in Oregon

Sex Crimes in Oregon

Being accused of a sex crime is an intimidating and life-changing experience. You could lose your family, your friends, your job, your reputation, and there could be other far-reaching consequences. What is considered a sex crime in Oregon? Some examples are: Rape or...

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The Dangers of Distracted Driving

The Dangers of Distracted Driving

The findings included the following: (1) 70% of drivers reported talking on a cellphone while driving; (2) 42% said they read texts or e-mails in traffic; (3) 48% said they drove 15 mph over the speed limit, (4) 39% said they drove through a light that just turned red when they could have stopped safely; and (5) 13% said that they drove when their blood alcohol level “might have been near or over the legal limit within the past year.

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DUI Conviction in Oregon? How to Lift Your License Suspension

DUI Conviction in Oregon? How to Lift Your License Suspension

Drivers who are arrested by a police officer and tested with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher, as well as those who refuse a breathalyzer test, face an immediate license suspension. An individual who has lost his or her license in Oregon should consult a DUI lawyer to help navigate the state’s license reinstatement process.

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Pedestrian Safety in Portland

Pedestrian Safety in Portland

The Oregonian reported that the City of Portland has recorded 12 traffic fatalities in the first half of 2016. This is an increase of approximately 40% from the same period the previous year. Five of those killed were pedestrians, and one was riding a bicycle. These...

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Diminished Value Law In Oregon

Diminished Value Law In Oregon

Updated from original post on August 5, 2016 Back in 1930, automobiles weren’t nearly as prevalent as they are today. But, people still got into car crashes and then had to deal with the repercussions of owning a vehicle that’s been in a collision. That year, the...

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