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Ryan Anfuso started Anfuso Law, P.C. because he saw the need for the highest quality of criminal defense, no matter what the charge. Prior to starting Anfuso Law, P.C., Ryan spent years working for large criminal defense firms where he represented numerous clients at the same time. In response to that model, Ryan started Anfuso Law, P.C. to ensure that all his clients received the unique attention that they deserved. To that end Anfuso Law, P.C. is committed to maintaining a limited caseload. Ryan understands that when your attorney takes a limited number of cases, your investment in your defense brings a greater return.

DUII Diversion and Ignition Interlock Devices — Re

If you have been arrested for a DUII in Oregon for the first time, you are probably here educating yourself on an area of the law that is wholly new to you. You are also probably discovering that a...

Self-Defense: Use of Deadly Force in the Home

Recently, a Multnomah County grand jury declined to indict a mother who shot and killed a stranger whom she discovered in her child’s bedroom. This terrifying situation brought Oregon’s laws regarding the use of deadly force to the forefront....

Expungement of PCS felony conviction after 3 years ̵

The Oregon Legislature has made several key changes to the expungment statute (ORS 137.225) this legislative session. Oregon Senate Bill 908 amends the current law to allow a person convicted of a felony for possession of a Schedule 1...

Former client seeks justice in civil suit.

I represented the plaintiff in this suit in his criminal trial in Washington County where he was acquitted after a jury trial. The impact of an arrest and prosecution can be a frustrating and damaging situation, especially under circumstances...

Keep Calm and Do the Right Thing

It could happen to you. You might be late to that meeting or rushing to pick up the kids from soccer practice. All of us are guilty of negligence on the road at some point or another, but if...

Restitution now required as part of Oregon DUI diversion

Oregon House Bill 2627, which took effect upon passage, amends the DUI diversion law in Oregon to require restitution to be paid as part of the DUI diversion agreement. Restitution includes any economic damages suffered by a victim that...

Get your revoked driver’s license back in Oregon

If your driver’s license has been permanently revoked based on a third or subsequent DUII/DUI/DWI conviction or a felony DUII/DUI/DWI conviction in Oregon you can petition the court to get your license back. If you were convicted under ORS...

Zimmerman verdict draws attention to Oregon’s self

The George Zimmerman acquittal earlier this week has left many feeling unsatisfied with the verdict in that case and has raised questions about the use of self-defense in so-called “stand your ground states.” The Gresham Outlook ran a story...

HB 2116: DUI diversion law ammended in Oregon

Presently, persons in Oregon’s DUI diversion program are required to install an approved ignition interlock device on any vehicle that they are operating during the diversion period under ORS 813.602. This requirement of diversion was passed in 2011. Prior...

Hillsboro woman charged with robbery over childcare expe

Yesterday, the Oregonian reported that a Hillsboro woman was arrested and charged with robbery in the first degree, unlawful use of a weapon, and theft in the third degree after confronting her estranged husband over childcare expenses. The Hillsboro...