I am Portland DUI defense attorney Andy Green, and I take pride in obtaining the best possible outcomes for my clients. My success comes from putting together a game plan that can overcome whatever hurdles fall in our path.
I understand that you would rather not have to come to me for help. Nobody wants to have to deal with a DUI or other criminal charges. I can’t undo what has happened, however, I can make dealing with it much easier.
When I represent you, you can be sure that a true professional is advocating on your behalf. I am well-spoken which is important because I represent you in dealing with the legal system. I will keep the lines of communication open during your case. Correspondingly, I will make sure to return phone calls and reply to e-mails as quickly as possible. I will do what you ask me to do and give you guidance on what I believe to be the best course of action. My job as your attorney is to do everything possible to obtain the best outcome. Furthermore, my commitment to ethical representation and hard work has earned me the respect of others in the courtroom.
In the event that your case does require a trip to court, I have the courtroom experience you need. Before I opened my law practice, I worked for the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office. In that position, the courtroom was my home, and trial became second nature to me. Additionally, as a Portland DUI attorney, I’ve successfully argued, and obtained not guilty verdicts in courtrooms all over the state.
Contact my law firm Andy Green Attorney at Law. P.C., for a free consultation to discuss your case. You can also call or send me an e-mail through this website. From my office in the World Trade Center in downtown Portland, I represent clients in Multnomah County, Clackamas County, Washington County, and communities throughout Oregon.
Andy Green: Portland, Oregon
A lifelong Oregon resident, Andy attended Portland State University and graduated cum laude with a degree in Communication Studies. Andy Received his law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.
While in law school, Andy worked at the Multnomah County District Attorneys Office, where he gained valuable courtroom and trial experience. Upon graduation, Andy took a position at a Portland law firm that had him making court appearances all over the state.
Andy now focuses on criminal trial law, with an emphasis on DUI and drug cases.