Representation For All Measure 11 Offenses

Avvo Rating 9.7 Superb - Top Attorney Criminal Defense At the Law Office of Thaddeus Betz, LLC, we understand the sense of uncertainty and anxiety you might be experiencing after being charged with a crime. In Oregon, Measure 11 crimes carry mandatory minimum bail amounts and mandatory minimum sentences. In Measure 11 cases, defendants often benefit from a strong defense to protect their constitutional rights.

Pursuing Just Outcomes In Measure 11 Cases

Since being enacted in 1994, Oregon's Measure 11 law has been amended multiple times. Like numerous other laws, legislative changes may occur that can affect the outcome of your case. When navigating the complex legal system, it is helpful to secure counsel from an attorney well-versed in the law and how it applies to your circumstances. That is why Thad works one-on-one with each client — taking the time to listen, offer practical advice and develop a strategy grounded in years of criminal defense experience.

As your lawyer, Thad will answer your questions and help you develop a defense against your Measure 11 charges. Some of the crimes associated with Measure 11 include:

  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Assault
  • Kidnapping
  • Rape
  • Sodomy
  • Unlawful sexual penetration
  • Sexual abuse
  • Robbery

Criminal Defense For Juvenile Offenders

In Oregon, defendants aged 15 and over can be charged and tried as adults for crimes outlined by Measure 11. This means that severe punishments may be incurred on young men and women who possess a limited understanding of the law and their rights.

Whether you face robbery charges, require an attorney for a murder defense or have been accused of another Measure 11 offense, Thad will help you to understand the charges while negotiating on your behalf with the prosecution.

Contact Us For Aggressive Criminal Defense

Being convicted of a crime — no matter the circumstances — is a serious matter. To begin the process of building a strong defense, contact our law office located in Bend, Oregon, by calling 541-728-0852 or by sending an email.