Neal Weingart, the Portland criminal defense attorney at Neal Weingart, Attorney at Law, LLC, has been working to protect the rights of the criminally accused for a number of years in Oregon. With experience in more than 100 trials, he has been successful in helping a substantial number of his clients to avoid debilitating legal penalties in some of the most complex criminal cases—including those involving DUI, driving with a suspended license and more. Because of this, our firm thought that it was important to allow our visitors to see a list of notable case results for themselves. By taking a look some of at Attorney Weingart's most successfully represented cases, you can gain a better understanding of how he can assist you. If you are interested in speaking with our firm directly, however, you should not hesitate to give us a call today.
State charged three defendants. I represented the central figure in the case on Assault IV, Strangulation and Disorderly Conduct. After a week long, three codefendant jury trial, where officers claimed under oath that they saw the Defendant punching a bar's bouncer in the face repeatedly, strangling the victim, and the victim claiming the same thing, the defendant was found not guilty of Assault IV, and not guilty of Strangulation.
Represented a father, who was accused of assisting his daughter in a cover up of a hit and run manslaughter. Thanks to my assistance, charges were never filed.
Defendant charged with DUII. Failed field sobriety tests, failed breath test. She had a commercial driver's license and was not allowed into the diversion program. Prevented her license suspension for the breath test failure. Won the DUI in a jury trial.
Defendant charged with DUII. State alleges controlled substances. Defendant failed field sobriety tests and passed the breath test. Defendant's blood contained evidence of Marijuana, Lorazepam, and Methadone. State's expert tries to argue that a weak sedative is actually a very strong sedative. Defendant was found Not Guilty after a jury trial.
Client charged with DUII. Client has priors that cannot be disclosed to state, so we go to trial. Client chooses a jury trial and we win a not guilty.
Client charged with misrepresentation of the age of a minor. Secure a settlement that allows her to do community service in exchange for a dismissal. Case was dismissed.
Client charged with driving while suspended as a felony. Client's presumptive sentence was 25 months prison. Client pleaded guilty and will serve about three months in jail.