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Gresham General Information
Gresham is a city located in Multnomah County, Oregon, immediately east of Portland. It’s about 24 square miles in size. The population is over 106,000, and it’s the fourth largest city in Oregon.
Gresham DUI Enforcement
Law enforcement agencies most responsible for Gresham DUI enforcement are the Gresham Police Department, Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, and the Oregon State Police. Most Gresham DUI investigations result in either an arrest or citation without arrest.
Gresham DUI Cases
Gresham DUI citations are typically forwarded to the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office for a charging decision. If a formal criminal charge is filed, then the case typically proceeds through the Multnomah County Circuit Court. Most drivers charged with a first-time DUI are eligible for Oregon’s DUI Diversion Program. DUI cases that are not available for diversion may still be eligible for dismissal, or may be able to be resolved through plea negotiations or trial.
Gresham DMV Hearings
If you failed a breath test or refused the breath test, you will likely be looking at an administrative driver’s license suspension. This license suspension is separate from the criminal charge for DUI, and the license suspension can be imposed even before your criminal case is resolved. An administrative hearing called a “DMV Implied Consent hearing” is available to challenge this license suspension, but the request for the hearing must be made within ten-days of the date of your arrest. It is crucial that you have your attorney request this hearing immediately. The hearing will be scheduled and held by the Office of Administrative Hearings. The hearing will typically take place within 30-days after your arrest, and can be in-person or by phone. If you or the arresting officer demand an in-person hearing, the hearing location may not necessarily where you live, but rather will be within 100 air-miles of where the DUI arrest took place.
Gresham DUI Jail Service
Drivers arrested for DUI in Multnomah County will typically be booked into the The Multnomah County Detention Center Jail. If any jail service is required later as part of a sentence, you may need to serve additional jail at the Multnomah County Inverness Jail.
The Multnomah County Detention Center Jail
1120 SW Third Ave, Portland, Oregon 97204
Multnomah County Inverness Jail
11540 NE Inverness Drive, Portland, Oregon 97220
Gresham DUI ADES Evaluations
Any driver entering into the DUI Diversion Program or convicted of a DUI charge will need an ADES evaluation. For more information on the evaluations in Multnomah County, please see the Multnomah County DUI page.
Gresham DUI Treatment
Any driver entering into the DUI Diversion Program or convicted of a DUI charge will need to complete a drug and alcohol education class or treatment. For more information on the treatment programs and providers in Multnomah County, please see the Multnomah County DUI page.
Oregon DUI Attorney Michael Romano
If you are facing an Gresham DUI charge, we can help. We have offices in downtown Portland and we offer no-cost, no-obligation initial consultations in-person, by phone, or by video conference. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]