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Dedicated Criminal Defense Attorneys in Ashland, Oregon

At Collins Rowan, our experienced Ashland criminal defense lawyers believe our just over 21,000 residents, who live and work in just over 6.5 square miles that comprise our city’s limits, deserve the same skilled legal experience and resources as those who live in much larger Oregon cities.

Our Jackson County criminal defense lawyers represent clients throughout Oregon who are facing legal challenges in municipal, state, and federal courts, and begin providing top-notch legal advice quickly and effectively upon partnering with our clients.

Through attention to detail, creative critical thinking, and close client collaboration, we provide legal solutions for those who are being investigated for a crime, have been arrested for a crime, or have been charged with a crime in Oregon, so they do not have to face the state or federal prosecutors alone.

Our skilled defense attorneys have successfully handled thousands of criminal cases, and strive to provide meticulous, client-focused, legal representation that produces results.

Contact our Ashland, Oregon criminal attorneys today to learn how we can help you or your loved one design the best defense strategy for your unique case.

Collins Rowan Ashland, Oregon Criminal Defense Attorney Practice Areas

Collins Rowan is a full-service criminal defense law firm dedicated to delivering quality legal representation for clients throughout the state of Oregon.

We resolve legal issues for our clients thoroughly and efficiently and are committed to providing creative solutions to complex legal issues in the following criminal law practice areas:

With experience on both sides of the courtroom, our criminal defense lawyers in Ashland, Oregon are prepared to provide intelligent and precise legal solutions for all.

Contact our Jackson County criminal law firm today to learn how we can help with your case.

Should I Turn Myself In if There is a Warrant for My Arrest in Oregon?

When it comes to arrest warrants in Oregon, one thing will always be true: They will not go away on their own. If you know – or have reason to believe – that you have a warrant for your arrest, contact our skilled criminal defense lawyer in Ashland before contacting law enforcement to turn yourself in.

The same is true if you are a person of interest in a crime or are wanted for questioning in connection with a crime — even if the police say they simply want to talk to you as a witness and not a suspect. While no local, state, or federal law enforcement can force you to make a statement without an attorney present, the tables will turn once you are in an interrogation room.

Protect your rights from the start, and never speak to law enforcement without an experienced criminal defense attorney present.

If you do have an outstanding arrest warrant, our skilled Ashland defense lawyers will review the details and provide an immediate and long-term defense strategy for your unique needs.

Can I Hire an Ashland, Oregon Defense Attorney for Someone Who is Already in Jail?

Yes. And you should. If someone you love has been arrested for a crime in Oregon, and is in jail awaiting an initial hearing, called an arraignment, this is an important time to retain defense counsel on their behalf.

Do not wait until your loved one is in front of a judge, alone to learn their fate. Get ahead of their charges and allow an experienced criminal defense attorney in Ashland to review their charges and the evidence the prosecutor has to use against them, so their rights are protected from the start of their case.

When Oregon criminal cases are left to a public defender, they are often pleaded with the prosecutor’s office, instead of given the full attention they deserve. We can help, even if your friend, family member, or another loved one has already been arrested.

How Can I Bail Someone Out of Jail in Oregon?

Unlike other states, Oregon has its own state-run bail bond program. This means there are no commercial bail bonds offices, or individuals who will take the bail amount and secure a release for you.

Depending on the county where the individual was arrested, the person presenting bail may need to go directly to the jail where they are being detained, or the local sheriff’s office to make payment. Again, depending on the county, payment options may vary, and may include cash, cashier’s checks, or credit cards.

The other option is to contact our Ashland criminal defense attorney, so you understand the full details of the person’s arrest, charges, and what you are now on the hook for financially when you agree to post bail on their behalf.

We can help you streamline the bail process, so you can procure the earliest release possible for your loved one.

Contact Our Trial-Tested Criminal Defense Attorneys in Ashland, Oregon for Help Today

If you are being investigated for a crime, have been arrested for a crime, or have been charged with a crime in Oregon, you do not have to face the state or federal prosecutors alone.

Contact our skilled criminal defense attorneys in Ashland, Oregon at Collins Rowan today by phone at 541.773.3606 or email to discuss your case and ensure your rights are protected from the start.

Collins Rowan, LLP
219 S. Holly St.
Medford, OR 97501