Kollie Law Group, PC

Kollie Law Group, PC

Kollie Law Group, PC has a combined over 40 years in the practice of criminal defense and DUII cases. Our team of trial lawyers and in-house investigator assist with trial, mitigation, and legal research.

Firm Overview

Kollie Law Group focuses on Criminal Defense and Second Amendment Rights across the State of Oregon. Our team has practiced in almost every county in Oregon and the Federal Courts. Kollie Law Group, in Bend, Oregon Shawn represents clients with major felony and firearm cases. With a team of talented attorneys and an in-house investigator every case is a team effort.

The owner, Shawn was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Upon graduation from Oregon State University, Shawn attended the University of Oregon School of Law. During his second year of law school, he began working as a law clerk for the Corbridge & Short, in Hillsboro, OR exclusively on criminal and DUII defense matters.

As a third year law student, Shawn interned with the Lane County Public Defender's Office and upon graduation accepted a position at private criminal defense firm in Portland. Taking on hundreds of cases and many to trial, Shawn trained under former prosecutors and and helped grow that firm. Shawn is certified by NHTSA and IACP to conduct field sobriety tests and uses that knowledge to assist his clients in DMV hearings and DUI trials throughout Oregon. As an NRA Licensed Pistol Instructor, Shawn has assisted in countless Concealed Handgun classes and helped advise a wide range of individuals from, instructing CHL Classes to obtaining and contesting a Federal Firearms License.

After working for over 7 years in Portland, Shawn grew tired of the gray and rain and moved his family to Bend, Oregon in 2016. He opened Kollie Law Group, PC and manages Oregon Gun Law.

Shawn is married and the proud father of twin boys. He enjoys spending time with his family, running, hiking, hunting, and shooting.

Main Office

Main Office
40 NW Greenwood Ave
Ste 100
Bend OR 97703

Phone

(541) 388-1660

Fax

(541) 383-0610

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

Always a Free Consultation

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Yes

Office Information

Office Hours

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Criminal Defense

With over 40 years of combined experience each one of our seasoned trial attorneys have handled countless jury trials. We assist with every step of a case from beginning to end.

Our firm can handle the lowest misdemeanor to a murder charge. We have handled trials of every type of case in most of the Oregon counties.

DUI and DWI

A DUII can be a life altering experience for any client. Our team of lawyers start fighting from the moment the incident occurs. We handle the DMV Hearing, the Arraignment, and work to resolve this case as favorable as possible.

Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) charges make up a large majority of all criminal charges filed in Central Oregon and the State of Oregon. Along with charges for Driving While Suspended (DWS) that often proceed a charge for DUII, the court system has its hands full. When charged with DUII / DWS it is important that you and your case does not get lost in the shuffle. That is why having an experienced DUII defense attorney working for you is so important to emerging from these difficult life events with the best possible outcome.

Sex Crimes

The criminal defense attorneys at the Kollie Law Group are prepared to take immediate steps to protect your rights from the outset. The attorneys at the Kollie Law Group represent people charged with sex crimes.

Being accused of sex crime can have lasting and severe consequences. Many sex crimes in Oregon are felonies. This means that in addition to the loss of certain civil rights an individual convicted of a sex crime in Oregon may face a lengthy term of imprisonment in the Oregon Department of Corrections. Some Oregon sex crimes are Measure 11 crimes. If you or someone you know is convicted of a Measure 11 sex crime they may be required to serve a mandatory sentence in prison. A conviction for a sex crime may also result in a requirement to register as a sex offender.
The government has the requirement to prove the elements of a sex crime with proof beyond a reasonable doubt. In prosecuting someone for a sex crime the government will look for:
Corroboration: Is there physical evidence or independent witnesses to link the defendant to a crime.
Confession: Has a suspect in a sex crime confessed. If so, when and why did they make the confession. A confession must be intelligently, voluntarily, and knowingly made.
Credibility: Does the victim accurately recall the events that make up the allegations or are there inaccuracies or omissions? How many statements were given and to whom? Were the statements recorded? A victim's word is enough to convict a defendant of a crime if the jury believes the victim is credible beyond a reasonable doubt.
Thorough Investigation - The police and prosecution should look at anything an accuser has said and see if there is an independent means to refute or confirm their assertions.

Expungement

There are many Oregon crimes that are eligible to be Set Aside or sealed. Almost all Misdemeanors and Class C Felonies are eligible for this process. Our team of lawyers can identify your eligibility and expedite the clearing of your record.

There are many Oregon crimes that are eligible to be Set Aside or sealed. Almost all Misdemeanors and Class C Felonies are eligible for this process. All Possession of a Controlled Substance convictions. After legalization, almost all Marijuana crimes are eligible to be Set Aside regardless of their classification in the criminal justice system. If you have a crime that qualifies under this list you may qualify for a Set Aside of your old conviction.
By hiring the Lawyers at Kollie Law Group will assist in determining if the crime that you were convicted qualifies for a Set Aside. Our lawyers have set aside hundreds of crimes successfully.
Enough time has to have passed from the conviction to the date you are requesting the crime to be set aside. This question starts the more complex portion of a Set Aside.
If you only have one conviction on your record you have to wait three (3) years from the date of conviction. That's it! One conviction; wait three years, and you are eligible for a Set Aside by the Kollie Law Group team.
If you have more than one conviction within the last ten (10) years, than you have to wait ten years from your last conviction to set everything aside. If you have one crime within that ten (10) year time-frame and the rest are outside, you may be able to set the most recent crime if it is more than three (3) years old.
Traffic violations do not count toward these time calculations. You are also allowed to have one (1) non-traffic violation (MIP, possession of marijuana, etc).
The time calculations are complex and there are many, many variables. It is best to have a free consultation with an experiences expungement attorney to discuss the eligibility of your crime and how we can assist you.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Our Team of Criminal Defense Attorneys at Kollie Law Group Strive to Provide Quality and Caring Representation to Individuals and Families.

Shawn Kollie

Kollie Law Group, PC

Shawn was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Upon graduation from Oregon State University, Shawn attended the University of Oregon School of Law. During his second year of law school, he began working as a law clerk, exclusively on criminal and DUII defense matters in the Portland Metro area.

As a third year law student, Shawn interned with the Lane County Public Defender’s Office and upon graduation accepted a position at a boutique criminal defense firm in Portland, Oregon. Taking on hundreds of cases, Shawn trained under former prosecutors and experienced defense attorneys. Shawn is certified by NHTSA and IACP to conduct field sobriety tests and uses that knowledge to assist his clients in DMV hearings and DUI trials throughout Oregon. Shawn has assisted in countless Oregon Concealed Handgun classes and helped advise a wide range of individuals from instructing CHL Classes to obtaining and appealing a Federal Firearms Licenses.

After practicing in Portland, Oregon for over six years, Shawn moved his family to Bend, Oregon. Shawn is married and the proud father of twin boys. He enjoys spending time with his family, ordering grubhub, hiking, hunting, and shooting.

License

Bar Number: 114351
Oregon, 2011

Education

University of Oregon School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2011

Oregon State University
BS Business Finance, 2008

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