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In Oregon, law enforcement agencies have the right to stop your
vehicle if they suspect that you may be driving under the influence. If
you are pulled over, you are only required to present identification
and vehicle documentation. You are not required to answer any questions
regarding your destination, number of drinks consumed, etc. You are
not required to perform any roadside tests such as walking a straight
line, reciting the alphabet, touching your nose, or moving your eyes
from side to side. You will be requested to submit to a breathalyzer
test, if you refuse you could be subjected to additional penalties. You
will not be given the opportunity to contact a Medford
DUI Attorney until after the test is performed.

If you are arrested for driving under the influence in Medford,
OR. and your blood alcohol level is .08 percent or more, you need
to contact a Medford DUI Attorney  immediately. Your driver’s
license will be taken away by the arresting officer at the time of your
arrest. You may drive on your DUI ticket for ten days and you have a
right to request an administrative hearing. During the administrative
hearing you have the right to challenge the DMV in suspending your
drivers license.

Make sure you get assistance from your DUI Attorney
Medford immediately after your arrest when challenging the DMV
suspension. The Law Offices of Larry B. Workman will provide the
necessary guidance and skill through this critical DMV process. We
prepare for the DMV Administrative Hearings and have been successful in
overturning driver license suspensions. But you must act immediately,
within 10 days of the arrest to preserve your right to this hearing

Contact DUI Attorney Medford – Larry B. Workman to help preserve your rights, just because you were arrested doesn’t mean you are guilty.