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Do You Need a DUI Defense Attorney in Happy Valley, Oregon?

Being charged with a DUI is a sign that things are likely not going well in your life. However, it’s possible to change your perspective and look at your recent DUI as a wake-up call to the changes that need to be made. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Happy Valley, Oregon, you will want to hire representation who will understand that this one mistake will not define you for the rest of your life. At Reynolds Defense Firm, we specialize in DUI law in Oregon and we are very good at what we do. Our reputation is our currency and if you have us by your side in court in Happy Valley, Oregon, that signals to the court that we believe you to be a good person. If you or someone you love has been arrested for DUI in Happy Valley, Oregon, call us today at (503) 506-2886, for your FREE consultation.

FAQ About DUI Arrests in Happy Valley, Oregon

“Can I still Drive”? —this is a frequently asked question we get from people who call our office after being arrested for a DUI in Happy Valley, Oregon. Legally, in Oregon, you are still permitted to drive up to 30 days after your arrest. However, your driver’s license will be confiscated by the police and issued a temporary permit. Additionally, you will want to request a DMV hearing on the 10th day after your arrest. Luckily, the legal teams at Reynolds Defense Firm are experts in handling DMV hearings for our clients so if you are overwhelmed with everything (understandably), you will want to have good DUI representation who will take care of you every step of the way. To learn more about driving privileges after being arrested for DUI, visit the Reynolds Defense Firm FAQ.

Happy Valley Municipal Court

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If you have been cited or arrested for a DUI (sometimes referred to as a DUII), in Happy Valley, Oregon you will need to appear in court for a hearing. Happy Valley has a local municipal court for DUI hearings. However, it is always your responsibility to appear at the right courthouse on time so read your citation carefully before your court date. For DUI cases taking place at the Happy Valley Municipal Court, please meet your DUI attorney at:

Happy Valley Municipal Court

16000 SE Misty Drive
Happy Valley, OR 97086
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Main Telephone

Courthouse Hours
8:00am – 5:00pm Mon-Fri
The courthouse is closed on legal holidays

Court Clerk
Kim Carrier

About Happy Valley, Oregon

Since DUIs don’t happen when everything in our lives is going great, we offer a list of events and activities for clients to do in Happy Valley, Oregon that are alternatives to drinking. Hopefully, knowing what’s out there aside from alcohol-focused events will help you with your transition into a new era of life. But first, did you know that Happy Valley was originally called “Christilla Valley” after the first residents, Christian and Matilda Deardorff?

Happy Valley Library

Who said libraries are a thing of the past? Libraries everywhere have been making a hard come-back in the digital age, and the Happy Valley Library is no exception. Libraries are no longer just a quiet place to get books and read, you can also check out cook wear, board games, video games, digital e-books and movies, and so much more! The Happy Valley Library also hosts numerous events throughout the year including Mah Jongg tournaments, Loteria game nights (for adults), various children’s events, and more! Check out their website for more information on what you can get out of your local library card! Located at: 13793 SE Sieben Park Way, Happy Valley, OR 97015.

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Mount Talbert Nature Park

Like most places in Oregon, there is always a chance to get outside and find a beautiful park or hiking trail. The Mount Talbert Nature Park is the “forested oasis” in Happy Valley, Oregon that isn’t too far away, but also far enough to feel total nature immersion. This park includes: hiking trails, picnic shelters, interpretive displays, native and migrating wildlife, and more. The park is open from sunrise to sunset and can be located at: 10945 SE Mather Road, Clackamas, OR 97015.

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City of Happy Valley, Parks and Recreation

If you’re longing for something to do but can’t think beyond the usual activities you’re used to, check out the Happy Valley Parks and Rec website. They partner with local shops and organizations to offer many seasonal events and activities open to the community. Some examples include snowshoeing, trips to the Oregon Coast, Tai Chi, pet CPR classes, art classes, astronomy classes, crocheting classes, and so much more. Check their website for all the information and sign up for the things that interest you most (may include costs, depending on the type of event/activity).

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Call Reynolds Defense Firm for Your Free Consultation

If you are facing DUI charges in Happy Valley, Oregon or elsewhere in Clackamas County, you probably have many questions racing through your mind. You’ll find answers to some of those questions with the FAQ’s page on this website, but keep in mind that each person’s case and circumstance is unique. To understand your specific case and keep all negative consequences to a minimum, you should have a DUI attorney from a stellar criminal defense firm to represent you. Call Reynolds Defense Firm at (503) 506-2886. You can opt to contact us by using the online form or our 24/7 live chat service for your free consultation as well. Our team is happy to serve the Happy Valley area and can help you figure out how to move forward from a place of strength.


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