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A DUI conviction has many negative consequences. Fortunately, most first-time offenders, can avoid the worst consequences of a DUI arrest through the DUI diversion program.

Under this program, you can avoid a DUI conviction and jail. If you successfully complete the program, the DUI charge will be dismissed.


At The Hansen Law Firm, we help eligible clients obtain DUI diversion outcomes. As experienced DUI defense attorneys, we understand the criteria for acceptance and how to present a persuasive case before judges in our state.


Contact us today to schedule a consultation about your case.


DUI Diversion in Oregon

You are eligible for the Oregon DUI diversion program if:


  • You have not been convicted for DUI in the last 15 years.

  • You are not currently participating in the DUI diversion program or you have not participated in the DUI diversion program in the last 15 years.

  • The present DUI offense did not involve an accident in which someone else was injured or killed.

  • You have not been convicted of felony DUI in Oregon or any other state in the past.

  • You do not have a commercial driver's license.


Sometimes, the state will object to allowing someone into the program, for example, if a child was present in the car or there are other aggravating factors. An attorney at our firm will review your case and your options. If we believe it is possible to overcome the state's objections, we will advocate for you.


Aggressive DUI Defense in Oregon

If you are eligible, we will use our experience and advocacy skills to gain your acceptance into the DUI diversion program.Even if you do not meet the criteria outlined above, it may be possible to get a drunk driving charge dismissed or reduced to a non-alcohol driving offense.


The Hansen Law Firm will be your strong advocate, seeking the best possible outcome for you.


Contact Our Firm

To learn about your options and how we can help you, contact The Hansen Law Firm.


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Diversion: Know your options

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