Lane County Oregon DUI Attorney

Lane County Oregon is the fourth-most populous county in Oregon, with just over 350,000 residents. The county seat is Eugene, and Lane County is also home to Cottage Grove, Florence, and Springfield. Eugene, Oregon is the home of the University of Oregon, which is home of the Oregon Ducks and the birthplace of Nike. Springfield is famous as the fictitious city of The Simpsons.

Lane County DUI patrols are primarily handled by the Eugene Police Department, Springfield Police Department, Florence Police DepartmentCottage Grove Police DepartmentOakridge Police DepartmentJunction City Police DepartmentLane County Sheriff’s Office, and the Oregon State Police. If you’ve been cited or arrested for a Lane County DUI, your case will likely be charged by the Lane County District Attorney’s Office and handled by the Lane County Circuit Court.


Lane County Courthouse- Lane County Circuit Court

Lane County Circuit Court

Lane County Courthouse
125 E 8th Ave
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (541) 682-4020

For more information on the courthouse (e.g. where to park), see our Lane County Circuit Courthouse page.

Lane County Oregon ADES Evaluator

Quality Research Associates
2295 Coburg Road, Suite 306
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (541) 343-0365 or (541) 345-0630

Lane County Victim Impact Pannel (VIP)

Location: Campbell Center, 155 High Street, Eugene, OR  97401
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm (You must arrive on-time; late-comers are not allowed in)
No re-admittance after doors are closed.
Fee: $40.00 cash only paid at sign-in.
More information:

Lane County Parole & Probation

Lane County Parole & Probation
Address: 135 E 6th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 682-3040

Lane County Adult Jail

Lane County Jail
101 W 5th Ave
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (541) 682-4263

Lane County Jail Visitation Information

You may receive visitors while in the Lane County Jail in Eugene, Oregon. When you arrive at the Lane County Jail you will be given a Visitor Request List. You are allowed to modify this list every four weeks. In order to put someone on your list you must state your relationship to the visitor and list the following information:

  • Visitor’s Full Name
  • Visitor’s Date of Birth
  • Visitor’s Current Address
  • Visitor’s Telephone number
  • When visitors arrive they must have a current state-issued photo ID unless they are under 18. Visitors between the ages of 15-18 may use a current state-issued photo ID or their student ID. Visitors under 14 must have an original birth certificate.

All visitors must be properly attired which means no suggestive or tight fitting clothing.

All visitations must be scheduled. For more information, please call (541) 682-4263.

Lane County Jail Phone Calls

You may make collect calls from the Lane County Jail or you may set up an account with GTL/PCS by calling (877) 650-4249.

Anything you say on the phone while in Lane County Jail is being monitored and may be used against you in disciplinary or criminal proceedings.

Lane County Inmate Mail

You may receive mail while you are in jail in Eugene, Oregon.
Your address while in Lane County Jail is:

  • First Name, Last Name, AIRS Number
  • Lane County Adult Corrections
  • 101 West 5th Avenue
  • Eugene, OR 97401-2695

You can obtain an inmate’s AIRS Number by calling (541) 682-4263

Please inform anyone who wants to send you something that:

  • Letters must have a valid return address
  • They cannot send you stamps
  • You must purchase postage through the commissary
  • Books, magazines, newspapers, photos, internet print outs, and copies are all subject to very strict regulations. Please check on Lane County Jail’s website for the most current information.

If you’ve been arrested or cited for DUI in Eugene, Oregon, look at your ticket or citation for court information. For further information or assistance, please contact our office.

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