Johnson City DUI Attorney
Have you or someone you know been arrested for DUI in Johnson City, Oregon? Reynolds Defense Firm is here to help. A DUI conviction is a serious matter, and you should not try to face it alone. You will want a legal team who is competent and committed to not only getting you the best outcome for your case, but also to guide and support you through this difficult and stressful process. Our “A-Team” is ready to negotiate with the other side or defend you in court—whatever they need to do to ensure the best success for your case.
To book a free consultation and get the help you or a loved one needs for your DUI charge in Johnson City, Oregon, you can reach us at 503-506-2886, chat with us anytime, or use the online form on our website. The attorneys at Reynolds Defense Firm are familiar with defending DUI cases in Johnson City and Clackamas County, Oregon and can really make a difference in how things turn out for you. Our team has more than 100 years of experience combined, and we're ready to answer your questions and figure out the best steps for you and your family.
When our clients hire us, they typically have many questions regarding their DUIs. One frequently asked question is “What is an IID?”. The IID, or “Ignition Interlock Device” is a device that is installed in your car that requires you to blow into it, or give it a “breath sample”, before you can start your car. This device is a must when you have been convicted of a DUI in Johnson City, Oregon, or anywhere in Oregon. Refer to our FAQ for more information on a IID and how/why you would need to install one.Clackamas County Circuit Court, Oregon
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If you were arrested for a DUI in Johnson City, Oregon, you were likely cited into the Clackamas County Circuit Court, which is in Oregon City. However, each case is unique, and it is always your responsibility to arrive on time at the correct courthouse. To avoid confusion, please check your citation and release agreement to ensure you appear at the right location at the right time. For hearings at Clackamas County Circuit Court, please go to:Clackamas County Circuit Court
807 Main St.
Oregon City, Oregon 97045
8am - Noon; 1pm - 4pm Mon-Fri
The courthouse is closed on legal holidays
Trial Court Administrator
Usually, a person gets convicted of a DUI at a time when things just aren’t going right in life. If your current social life revolves around alcohol, it can be a difficult process to change your habits and find new, non-alcoholic focused events and activities to attend. To help, we have curated a list of events and things to do in Johnson City, Oregon and surrounding areas that are alternatives to alcohol focused events. But first, did you now that Johnson City, Oregon is the most densely populated city in Oregon?Oak Lodge and Gladstone Libraries.
While some may think that libraries are on the decline, we are here to tell you that is demonstratively the wrong idea. Libraries have always been a great public and community resource and that hasn’t changed—in fact, they’ve only become even better resources for their communities. While Johnson City doesn’t yet have their own library, the nearby libraries in Gladstone and Oak Lodge have plenty to offer. Not only can you check out books and find quiet places to read, you can also rent the latest video games, board games, cookware and other equipment. In addition, there are numerous events and activities that are hosted at public libraries for both children and adults. Consider getting a library card at your closest library and attending some local events or renting some equipment for a new hobby you’ve always wanted try! The Gladstone Library is located at: 135 Dartmouth St, Gladstone, OR 97027 and the Oak Lodge Library is located at: 16204 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Oak Grove, OR 97267.Riverside Park
Located along the Clackamas River, Riverside park is a great spot to go fishing, floating, kayaking, or if you’re not into water sports there is also a baseball field, soccer field, and picnic tables! It’s a great place for good weather activities that you don’t need to travel far to get to. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset and if it’s clear outside, you’ll get a nice mountain view! It’s located at 17298 SW Water Ave, Clackamas, OR 97015.Wilhoit Springs Park
If you’re willing to travel a little farther into the outskirts of Clackamas County, head to Wilhoit Springs Park. This is a real hidden gem of Clackamas County. It’s a bit isolated, which makes it a great location to get away from city life, and because it’s so isolated, it’s not as widely known as some of the other natural springs around Oregon. The park features two separate springs: a soda spring where the water bubbles out of the ground, and a sulfurous spring. The water is very cold but very charged with carbon dioxide. In the early 1920’s it was a resort town that fell into disrepair until Clackamas County bought the land in the 1970’s. Now, it’s a great park to explore and gather some fresh spring water to take home! It’s located at: Wilhoit Springs County Park, 38160 S Wilhoit Rd, Molalla, OR 97038.
If you are facing a DUII (DUI) charge in Johnson City, Oregon or Clackamas County, Oregon it is important that you find a DUI lawyer who specializes in DUI Defense to help you navigate the court system. To get the best outcome in court, it is essential that you get the advice and assistance of a specialized DUI lawyer who understands the ins and outs of the criminal justice system in the Clackamas County Circuit Court. Reynolds Defense Firm has eight attorneys with more than 100 plus combined years of legal experience. We specialize in representing good people facing DUI charges.