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Criminal Defense Attorney Case Results

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If you’ve been charged with a crime, there’s a lot at stake. Your reputation, freedom, employment, and other aspects of your life can be affected. But you don’t have to fight alone. At Russell Law Group, you can count on the support of an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney who will defend your rights tirelessly.

At Russell Law Group, we are committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients. These are some of the cases that we’ve resolved over the last few years.

DUII defense cases

State v. D.C.

(Morrow County)
State dismissed before trial after highlighting legal problems to the prosecutor. Most serious charge: driver under the influence of intoxicants (class A misdemeanor).

State v. D.B.

(Wallow County)
The client was found not guilty and acquitted after a jury trial. Most serious charge: driving under the influence of intoxicants (class A misdemeanor).

State v. E.F.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed after discussion of legal problems with the prosecutor. Most serious charge: Felony DUII (class C felony).

Drug crime cases

State v. A.H.

(Umatilla County)

State dismissed before trial after filing a motion to suppress evidence. Most serious charge: unlawful possession of schedule II controlled substance (class A misdemeanor).

 

State v. J.C.

(Umatilla County)

State dismissed before trial after a discussion with the prosecutor about legal problems in the case. Most serious charge: delivery of a schedule II controlled substance within 1000 feet of a school (class A felony).

State v. Q.C.

(Morrow County)

State dismissed after filing of a motion to suppress evidence. Most serious charge: Delivery of schedule I controlled substance within 1000 feet of a school (class A felony).

State v. R.E.

(Umatilla County)

State dismissed before trial after the defense filed a motion to dismiss. Most serious charge: delivery of methamphetamine (class B felony).

Property crime cases

State v. S.S.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after highlighting legal problems to the prosecutor. Most serious charge: Criminal mischief in the second degree (class B misdemeanor).

State v. S.F.

(Umatilla County)
Case dismissed at trial. Most serious charge: Unlawful use of a vehicle (class C felony).

State v. N.C.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after discussion of legal problems in the case. Most serious charge: Criminal mischief in the second degree (class A misdemeanor).

State v. R.P.

(Morrow County)
State dismissed after filing of a motion to dismiss by the defense. Most serious charge: Aggravated theft in the first degree (class B felony).

State v. V.F.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after the defense filed a motion in Limine. Most serious charge: Mail theft (class C felony).

Sex offense cases

State v. H.K.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after filing a motion to suppress evidence. Most serious charges: Sodomy in the first degree / unlawful sexual penetration in the first degree (class A felony crimes with a mandatory sentence of 8 years, 4 months each).

State v. C.M.S.

(Umatilla County)

State dismissed Jessica’s Law case (mandatory 25 years in prison if convicted) with a negotiated plea to misdemeanor harassment after the defense filed pre-trial motions.

“Person crime” cases

State v. J.B.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed the charge of Criminally Negligent Homicide after the defense filed pretrial motions with the defendant’s plea to a single count of delivery of controlled substances.

State v. H.C.

(Umtailla County)

Client found not guilty and acquitted after trial on the charge of Attempted Murder.

State v. T.C.

(Umatilla County)
Client was found not guilty and acquitted after trial. Most serious charge: Assault in the second degree (mandatory sentence – if convicted – of 5 years, 10 months in prison).

State v. G.B.

(Wallowa County)
State dismissed before trial after discussion of legal problems in the case. Most serious charge: Assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence (class A misdemeanor).

State v. T.K.

(Umtailla County)
State dismissed before trial after defense investigation revealed that theState’s witness was lying. Most serious charge: Assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence (class A misdemeanor).

State v. D.M.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after the defense filed a motion to dismiss. Most serious charge: Attempted to commit class C felony (assault domestic violence) (class A misdemeanor).

City of Hermiston v. E.A.

City dismissed it after a discussion of legal problems in the case with the prosecutor. Most serious charge: harassment (class B misdemeanor).

City of Pendleton v. D.I.

City dismissed before trial after a discussion of legal problems with the prosecutor. Most serious charge: harassment (class B misdemeanor).

Gun crime cases

State v. J.L.

(Umatilla County)
State dismissed before trial after the defense filed a motion to suppress evidence. Most serious charge: Assault with a deadly weapon – Firearm (mandatory sentence if convicted 5 years, 10 months).
Craig Russell of Russell Law group

Meet Craig W. Russell

When your freedom is at risk, you need a defense attorney who is well-versed in the legal system. You need a criminal defense lawyer with significant trial experience in the court. This is where I come in.

As a former prosecutor, I know how the system works. I have extensive experience winning cases, and I’m here to put my expertise at your service.

Why Russell Law Group?

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Our lawyers are tenacious and dedicated advocates who care about their clients. You are our number one priority.

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“I needed a clear understanding of my rights that wouldn’t be confusing. When I was done speaking with Craig, I felt confident in the choices that I was going to make. All my anxiety was gone because I had a better understanding of my rights, and I’m thankful for that. I’m glad I decided to call The Russell Law Group.”

– J.D.

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