1. How Do You Choose a Defense Attorney?

    When you are facing a criminal charge, the last thing you want is to have someone defend you who doesn’t have your best interest at heart, or someone who doesn’t have the necessary experience or knowledge. That’s probably common sense, but beyond knowing that you need someone who knows what they are doing and who cares about your case, how do you choose an effective …Read More

  2. 6 DUI Myths to Understand Before Halloween

    Halloween is the perfect time of year to let loose and have a good time, but that doesn’t mean that laws aren’t still in place. At Donahue Law Firm, we want everyone to be safe while having fun. Our DUI attorneys understand that Halloween parties must have booze, we’ve been there too, but it’s also about drinking responsibly, knowing your limits, and understanding …Read More

  3. Best Pumpkin Beers in Oregon

    This season, Donahue Law Firm is focused on everything pumpkin, and that doesn’t exclude beer! We are always trying to find the best pumpkin beers on the map, so we took to this awesome list from www.thebrewsite.com as a guide to help us track the best beers in the state! This list was directly taken from The Brew Site, which you can find this list plus even more great l…Read More

  4. 5 Ways to Throw the Best Adult Halloween Party

    Halloween is one of the most festive nights of the year for children, but what about adults? Throw your friends a festive Halloween party with these helpful tips! Costume Contest Everyone loves a costume party! Call for a “Classy Halloween” or incorporate a theme into your event, such as 80s or famous monsters. Reward the winner with a gift card to a nice restaurant or…Read More

  5. Pumpkin Carving Safety for Kids

    Carving pumpkins is one of the most celebratory autumn things you can do as a family. Year after year, your kids will come back to you aiming to do it again. However, the best way to carve pumpkins is to do it safely with precaution to avoid any trips to the ER this Halloween. Here are some helpful tips for family friendly pumpkin carving.   Picking the Right Pumpkin …Read More

  6. Fall and Winter Driving Safety

    Something tells us that winter will be coming early this year! Don’t find yourself unprepared. It’s time to freshen up on your fall and winter driving skills. From black ice to slippery snow, driving in weather can be compromising. We’ve put together this list of helpful tips when it comes to safely driving in the coming months. Winter tires are commonly used in Cent…Read More

  7. How to Avoid Driving Under the Influence

    Most people don’t go out with the intention of getting behind the wheel intoxicated. After a couple of drinks, however, your judgement is one of the first signs of impairment, which can lead the drinker to get into a car and drive under the influence. We’ve put together a couple easy ways to assure that you won’t be able to get behind the wheel when you shouldn’t: …Read More

  8. DUII Lawyer

    Should You Get a DUII Attorney?

    Getting charged with Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) is scary. The thought of dealing with the courts or serving jail time can be daunting. A DUII is a very serious criminal charge that could lead to hefty fines, loss of driving privileges and even jail time. When charged with a DUII in Central Oregon, you not only have to go up against the courts, but yo…Read More

  9. Friends hanging out

    How to Stop Your Friends from Drinking and Driving

    It can be challenging keeping a friend, family member or co-worker from making a decision like drinking and driving. After a couple of drinks, judgement is impaired, allowing someone to think that they are okay to drive. Oftentimes, it can be difficult to reason with a person under the influence who is persistent that they are well enough to drive. Here are a couple of way…Read More

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    How to Avoid Drinking and Driving this Summer

    The time frame between Memorial Day and Labor Day have been deemed “The 100 Deadliest Days” for drivers, in particularly teenagers. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated 5.8% of teens ages 16 and 17, and 15.1% of 18 to 20 year old’s reported driving under the influence of alcohol in 2010. The U.S. Department of Transportation fou…Read More