Student crimes fit patterns. Many involve alcohol, and most involve immature decisions. DUII, MIP, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, furnishing alcohol to minors, hosting parties for minors, attempting to elude police, furnishing false information to police, interfering with police, and resisting arrest are all standard student crimes. Commonly prosecuted student crimes also include using false licenses, drugs, petty theft, and sex.
Dan Armstrong has specialized in OSU student crime in Corvallis for 20 years. He prosecuted students for seven years. He’s defended students for 13 years. That balanced perspective gets results. The single-minded objective is to keep a clean record to avoid negative impact on education and career. Dan works with parents. He explains how best to protect a student.
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