Top Brookings Criminal Defense Lawyers - Oregon

  • 245 N.W. B Street Grants Pass OR 97526 42.443386 -123.327255

    Since 1976, Christopher D. Mecca, Attorney at Law , has represented the people of Grants Pass, Oregon, and the surrounding area with a variety of legal issues.  He approaches each client's needs with experience and personal service, and has a genuine interest in the community he serves.  Clients turn to him with matters of criminal defense and elder law, and he also handles probate,...

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    334 S. Grape St. Medford OR 97501 42.321922 -122.87245

    At The Law Office of Garren Pedemonte, clients in Medford and throughout Southern Oregon can rely on my experience, knowledge of the law, tireless preparation and proven litigation skills in the courtroom. As a trial lawyer dedicated to defending the criminally accused, I have handled thousands of cases while pursuing the best possible outcome in my clients' cases. Whether you or a loved one has...

  • 590 Commercial Ave. Coos Bay OR 97420 43.368694 -124.217766

    Charles Vincent & Associates is a law firm located in Eugene, Oregon, that focuses on child custody, child support, spousal support, property division and all matters related to family law. Additionally, we concentrate on all facets of criminal law, including stalking orders, DUII cases, reckless driving, assault, felony cases such as homicide, sex abuse, and federal and state drug and...

  • 318 S.E. Jackson Street Roseburg OR 97470 43.211506 -123.34247

    From our office in Roseburg, the lawyers of Arneson & Stewart, PC help people across Southwest Oregon resolve their criminal and family law issues. Our founding attorney, James Arneson, has practiced law since 1977. Over his career he has represented clients facing all types of criminal matters. All told, our lawyers bring more than 80 years of combined experience to every case. As a result,...

  • 730 Van Buren St. Eugene OR 97402 44.051807 -123.10973

    The Law Office of Terri Wood specializes in defending persons accused of major felony crimes in Oregon state and federal courts. Areas of expertise include federal drug crimes and conspiracies, drug possession, delivery and manufacturing, sex crimes, child pornography, bank robberies, Measure 11, domestic violence, vehicular homicide, white collar crimes and federal firearms offenses. Attorney...

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