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The Law Office of Justin Rosas Welcomes New Office Manager

The Law Office of Justin Rosas is pleased to announce the newest member of our staff, Sarah Logue. Sarah joins our Medford criminal defense team as Office Manager, bringing with her 15 years of court ...
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Attorney Rosas Acts as Expert Witness in Ongoing Drug Crime Case

First-time convicted drug crime offenders in Oregon are given the option to utilize a conditional discharge, which will erase the conviction from their criminal record if and when they complete ...
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How Attorney Rosas Uses Teambuilding in Measure 11 Defense Cases

Back in 1994, Oregon State voters approved of Measure 11, which added mandatory minimum sentencing to convictions for what could be considered serious or violent crimes. Some of the crimes named in ...
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What to Do if You are Arrested

Being arrested for anything can be a frightening ordeal, especially if you face jail time for a serious offense. The more prepared you are for an arrest, however, the better you can respond. As a ...
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Judge Dismisses 29 Charges For My Client

I am grateful to have represented Lori Duckworth - she has become a friend to me. Lori is and has always been a great part of this community, caring about its underprivileged and working to help law ...
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Restoration of Firearm Rights in Oregon

Expungement, Reduction of Felony Convictions to Misdemeanors and Restoration of Firearm Rights for Former Felons in Southern Oregon – What You Should Know One question I get asked by people with ...
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5 Things to Know Before You Get Arrested

Police officers are allowed to lie to you. You should not argue with them or the evidence they claim to have. They are trained to manipulate your emotions to get you off balance and reveal ...
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How to Hire the Best Criminal Defense Attorney in Medford, OR

I often get asked by friends in other places how they would go about hiring a criminal defense attorney when they do not know anyone in the area. First, if you know of any, you should ask attorneys ...
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Welcome to The Law Office of Justin Rosas' Blog!

Learn More About Criminal Defense in Medford Thank you for visiting my new criminal defense blog! At The Law Office of Justin Rosas, I proudly represent individuals who have been arrested for criminal ...
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A Lawyer's First Race Report: Pine to Palm 100 Miler

Pine to Palm Race Report P2P represents such an amazing and eye-opening adventure that I feel compelled to put some of it down just so I can remember it later and share it with those I love over time. ...
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This Month's Tip: Felony Sentencing Guidelines in Oregon

This Month's Video Legal Tip is about presumptive felony sentencing guidelines in the State of Oregon and how they are likely to affect a case. Including comments on the repeat property offender ...
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Measure 11 and Mandatory Minimums in Oregon

Measure 11 was passed in 1994 as a citizen's referendum proposed by Crime Victims United to get tough on crime. It set mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes in the State of Oregon ...
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This month's tip: DUII Citations and DMV Hearings

What to Do if you or someone you care about is charged with a DUII - begin the day after the incident and moves through the early stages of the court process. Go see a competent attorney and request a ...
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Courtroom

I can still remember the first appointment I ever had with a client. Having gone through college and law school, been a legal intern, worked as a hiring agent for a temporary labor company and made ...
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Press Release Regarding the Eric Navicakas Trial:

As we head into a trial in defense of Eric Navickas, it is important to note that Eric is taking a stand this week in front of a jury of his peers. It is a scary proposition – he has been ...
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This Month's Video Legal Tip - Know Your Rights

Click Here for this month's video legal tip covering the three sets of magic words for use in police encounters.
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Gideon's Army

I had the privilege of speaking at the Ashland Film Festival on behalf of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association and was asked to write an article about it for the Oregon Defense ...
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The 50th Anniversary of Gideon and Brady

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of two of the most important Supreme Court decisions in the history of criminal law. First came Gideon v. Wainwright, the landmark decision that established ...
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