Bend Self-Defense Lawyers
You Protected Yourself – We’ll Protect Your Rights
You have a right to protect yourself from someone trying to hurt you, and you also have the right to protect another person from harm. Even in clear cases of self-defense, however, the person using physical force to stop someone from hurting them may themselves face criminal charges involving violent crime.
When this happens, you need a lawyer who has the experience necessary to mitigate your blame when you’ve been accused of a crime for defending yourself in Deschutes County.
At Ward Grover & Ash, we know how important a successful outcome to your case is. Our self-defense attorneys in Bend have extensive experience handling these types of cases and can help protect your rights and your freedom. Schedule a meeting today with self-defense lawyer who can help – we offer the possibility of same-day appointments.
Limitations in Self-Defense Cases
Oregon Self-Defense Laws
While people have a right to use physical force to protect themselves or others from harm, the state places certain restrictions on this right. These laws are complicated, and anyone who is not a lawyer cannot be faulted for misunderstanding these confusing nuances. When dealing with self-defense cases, it’s crucial to work with a criminal defense attorney who understands how these cases are tried in Oregon.
Limitations on the use of physical force in self-defense include:
- When you provoke someone to hurt you so that you may cause them harm and claim self-defense
- When you instigate a situation but make no attempt to remove yourself from it or avoid violence
- When you are involved in a combat-by-agreement altercation
It’s important to note that there are very few circumstances in which the use of deadly force is permitted in self-defense. Conditions in which deadly force used in self-defense is deemed lawful in Oregon are extreme, and these cases are meticulously investigated.
At Ward Grover & Ash, we work hard for our clients to provide superior legal services across Deschutes County. When you need a fierce advocate fighting to protect your rights and your freedom, get in touch with us as soon as possible.
Working with the U.S. Concealed Carry Association
No one wants to be in a position where they have to use their firearm to defend themselves – but it can and does happen to many people every year.
The U.S. Concealed Carry Association offers membership to responsible gun owners and provides gun handling training and legal representation in the event you face criminal charges after defending yourself.
Known in the Community as a Trusted Law Firm
We Provide Personal Attention to Every Client
We Handle Cases at Both State and Federal Levels
Our Team Consists of Criminal Defense Specialists
Our Firm Is Exclusively Focused on Criminal Defense
We Have over 80 Years of Combined Experience
Menacing Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Reckless Driving Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Att. Rape I, Sex Abuse I (Measure 11), Sex Abuse III, Assault IV x 2 Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Assault IV Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Private Indecency, Criminal Mistreatment I x2 (felony) Not Guilty Verdict
Sex Abuse III x4 Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants and Reckless Driving Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Assault II x2 (Measure 11); Assault III, Reckless Endangerment x3. Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Menacing, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Reckless Endangerment Not Guilty Jury Verdict