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- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Domestic Violence
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- Kollie Law Group, PC
- - Current
- Short Law Group, PC
- University of Oregon School of Law
- J.D. (2011)
- Oregon State University
- B.S. (2008) | Business Finance
- Oregon State Bar  # 114351
- Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers
- - Current
- NHTSA - Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
- LaPier & Associates
7 Questions Answered
- Q. Is it crime for a convicted felon to own black powder/muzzle loaded firearms/Antique firearm in the state of oregon
- A: No. A black powder or muzzle-loader is considered a 'firearm' under Oregon law. Unlike federal law, Oregon views these types of 'antique firearms' the same as any other firearm. They do not differentiate between these types of firearms. You would have to have your rights restored under 166.274, the felony expunged under 137.225, or reduced under 161.705. Do not have a firearm on you until that time.
- Q. Can an attorney file papers for a Motion to Set Aside for you for free if they were the original attorney?
- A: It is almost never free to set aside cases. It can cost anywhere from $700-$800 for the attorneys fees. Its a fairly simplistic process. You do not have to, and most folks do not go back to the original attorney who handled the case.
- Q. I had a felony drug charge back in 1991 in Ca. I am a resident of Oregon, am I eligible to have my gun rights restored.
- A: You may petition to restore your Oregon gun rights from Oregon. That allows you to have firearms under Oregon law, and obtain an Oregon Concealed Handgun License. It would not fully restore your federal rights, as the feds require restoration in the jurisdiction of conviction. So this would restore you in Oregon. If you want to discuss this process speak to a knowledge gun rights attorney about restoring your rights.
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