On January 20, 2016, Denny Maison spoke to the Oregon State Penitentiary Latino Club about criminal defense, immigration consequences, and appeal and post-conviction issues. Denny was invited by Voz Hispana Cambio Comunitario and the Oregon State Penitentiary Latino Club to discuss the importance of good criminal defense, immigration consequences that can result from criminal cases, and how to resolve negative consequences through appellate and post-conviction actions.
Why is it important to contact an attorney right away?
In some cases, a good lawyer will represent your side of the case to the police or the prosecutor, even before a charge is filed. In other cases, it is best to remain silent. In either event, you will not know what your options are unless you talk to a lawyer right away.
- Oregon Court of Appeals reverses contempt conviction for woman who thought restraining order had been dismissed. November 3, 2016
- Bend Bulletin and Deschutes County District Attorney support bill to record grand jury testimony in Oregon February 13, 2016
- Denny Maison talks to the Oregon State Penitentiary Latino Club about criminal defense, immigration consequences, and appeal and post-conviction issues. February 9, 2016
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