Thirty years ago police stopped people for drunk driving and asked how far they were from home. Not today. Now you are arrested. DUII is a common crime. Regular people are arrested for DUII. It comes with booking, and court appearances. It comes with a potential DMV and court license suspension. It often comes with related traffic crimes. It comes with a host of unintended negative collateral consequences. The key is to understand the process and prepare to deal with it immediately. Our job is to explain what you’re up against and how best to get through the process.
As a Corvallis Deputy District Attorney, Dan Armstrong prosecuted DUII for seven years. He was the office DUII point-man deputy for nearly two years. He has defended DUII as a specialty for the past 13 years. He practices DUII in Benton, Linn, Lincoln, Marion, and neighboring counties. He has prosecuted and defended well over 1000 cases over the past 20 years.
Dan explains DUII 101 at the first meeting. He explains your options and odds in simple language. He tells you when to seek diversion, how to settle, and when to try your case. He negotiates and settles related traffic crimes. He has tried DUII cases to juries in our community for 20 years.
Drunk driving started with the Model T and accelerated with the Model A Ford.
— Henry Ford