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Coit & Dean, P.C.
Adam L. Dean

Pacwest Center, Suite 2350, 1211 SW 5th Avenue
Portland OR 97204
(503) 221-5827

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Coit & Dean, P.C.


Being accused of a crime can be one of the most overwhelming events in one's life. Having the right defense team on your side is crucial in order to assure that your rights are fully protected and that you are treated fairly and with dignity throughout the process. At Coit & Dean, P.C. we vigorously represent individuals accused of all types of criminal charges including but not limited to:

• Vehicle and traffic offenses including: driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), reckless driving, driving while suspended (DWS), vehicular assault, manslaughter, attempting to elude a police officer, and hit and run.

• Drug charges including drug possession (PCS), delivery, and manufacturing (MCS).

• Person crimes including: assault, domestic violence, harassment, manslaughter, and homicide, stalking and Measure 11 offenses.

• Property crimes including: theft, embezzlement, forgery, fraud, computer crimes and burglary.

• Sex offenses including: rape, sodomy, sex abuse, failure to register, public indecency, prostitution and Measure 11 offenses.

• Firearm and weapon offenses.

• All types of probation violations.

• Appeals and Post-Convictions.

At Coit & Dean, we will take the time to explain your legal rights to you in terms that you can understand. Our dedicated team of professionals will fight to protect you so that you can move on with your life. We will work with you and help you understand your choices to achieve the best possible result as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. With offices in Portland and Eugene, we are only a phone call away.  Contact us for a free initial consultation!  Portland Office (503) 221-5827 • Eugene Office (541) 685-1288

Please Call: (503) 221-5827

Adam L. Dean
adean@coitanddean.com

Adam Dean received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire in 1990. He received a Master's in Social Work (MSW) from Washington University in 1992. He received his J.D from Marquette University in 1995. He also was a visiting student at the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. He is a member of the state bars of Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin. He has been admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon and the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He is also an active member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Association as well as the Multnomah Bar Association and Clark County Family Law Association.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Adam worked as a master level social worker in numerous public and private social service settings. This experience provides him with a unique perspective which is often utilized in both the family and criminal law setting. He is experienced at representing clients in custody matters, dissolutions of marriage, criminal prosecutions, administrative hearings, and appeals.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys numerous activities including camping, hiking, fishing and travel.,

Please Call: (503) 221-5827

Attorneys

Andrew D. Coit
acoit@coitanddean.com

Andrew Coit received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1993. In 1997, Andrew graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College and became a member of the Oregon State Bar. Andrew has also been admitted to practice in United States District Court for the District of Oregon, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is an active member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Association and the Multnomah County Bar Association.

Since becoming a member of the Bar, Andrew has worked exclusively as a litigation attorney. Andrew is experienced at representing clients in criminal prosecutions, administrative hearings, dissolution of marriage, and appeals.

Andrew is a motivated, aggressive, and effective advocate for all his clients. He prides himself on quality representation and service, and will always find time to address his clients' needs, however big or small.

Andrew is an avid outdoor enthusiast and adventure traveler. His outdoor pursuits include whitewater kayaking and rafting, hiking, backpacking and mountain biking. Prior to becoming an attorney, Andrew worked as a whitewater raft guide and instructor for many years. Andrew has also volunteered as a whitewater guide for Friends of the River, a non-profit organization focusing on river conservation.

Adam L. Dean
adean@coitanddean.com

Adam Dean received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire in 1990. He received a Master's in Social Work (MSW) from Washington University in 1992. He received his J.D from Marquette University in 1995. He also was a visiting student at the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. He is a member of the state bars of Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin. He has been admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon and the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He is also an active member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Association as well as the Multnomah Bar Association and Clark County Family Law Association.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Adam worked as a master level social worker in numerous public and private social service settings. This experience provides him with a unique perspective which is often utilized in both the family and criminal law setting. He is experienced at representing clients in custody matters, dissolutions of marriage, criminal prosecutions, administrative hearings, and appeals.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys numerous activities including camping, hiking, fishing and travel.,

Donald J. Molnar
dmolnar@coitanddean.com

A native Oregonian, Donald J. Molnar became a member of the Oregon State Bar in 2005. He joined Coit & Dean, P.C. as an associate attorney in March of 2006, where his practice focuses exclusively on criminal defense and family law. Before joining Coit & Dean, P.C., Donald gained significant litigation experience while clerking with the Washington County District Attorney’s Office.

Donald’s competitive spirit, attention to detail, and enthusiasm make him an effective and zealous advocate for his clients. Donald is a member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Laywers, and the Multnomah Bar Association. He is licensed in the State of Oregon and the United States District Court of Oregon.

Outside of work, Donald is an avid golfer. He enjoys playing classical piano, hiking, tennis, and travel.

Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 2005
Moot Court Honors in Mock Trial
Best Appellate Brief

Lewis & Clark College
B.A., Business Economics and B.A., Political Science, 2002
Magna Cum Laude and Departmental Honors

About

COIT & DEAN P.C. provides Oregon and SW Washington with reasonable, professional and aggressive legal representation in the following:

Criminal Defense

Providing representation to Oregon and Washington State in felony and misdemeanor cases from Measure 11 to DUII. See our criminal defense page for more information.

Divorce and Family Law
We can assist you with divorce, custody, modifications and many more family law matters in Oregon and Washington State. Please see our
family law page for more information.


At Coit & Dean P.C., we take the time to explain your legal rights to you in terms that you can understand. With offices in downtown Portland and Eugene, we are only a phone call away.

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Licensed in State and Federal Court

• Homicide
• "Measure 11"
• Violent Crime
• Sex Offenses
• Driving Under the Influence
• Drug Offenses
• Domestic Violence
• Probation / Parole Violations
• All Misdemeanors and Felonies

CRIMINAL DEFENSE
Being accused of a crime can be one of the most overwhelming events in one’s life. Having the right defense team on your side is crucial in order to assure that your rights are fully protected and that you are treated fairly and with dignity throughout the process.

At Coit and Dean, P.C. we vigorously represent
individuals accused of all types of charges including:

• Vehicle and traffic offenses including driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), reckless driving, driving while suspended (DWS), vehicular assault, manslaughter, attempting to elude a police office, and hit and run.

* Drug charges including drug possession (PCS), delivery, and manufacturing (MCS).

* Person crimes including, assault, domestic violence, harassment, manslaughter, and homicide, stalking and Measure 11 offenses.

* Property crimes including theft, embezzlement, forgery, fraud, computer crimes and burglary.

* Sex offenses including rape, sodomy, sex abuse, failure to register, public indecency, prostitution and Measure 11 offenses.

* Firearm and weapon offenses.

* All types of probation violations.

* Appeals and Post-Convictions.


Often, time is a critical factor in order to assure that your rights are fully protected. To set up a free consultation for your criminal defense matter, please contact us:

PORTLAND: 503-221-5827 • EUGENE: 541-685-1288

Appeals

We are experienced appellate advocates in criminal law, family law and administrative appeals. Our reported decisions include:

Adam Dean

State v. Forrest, 174 Or.App. 129, 25 P.3d 392 (2001)

City of Pendleton v. One 1998 Dodge Stratus 4 Door, 180 Or.App. 72, 42 P.3d 339 (2002)

•Harris v. Pameco Corp., 170 Or.App. 164, 12 P.3d 524 (2000)

Alza Corp. v. Lehman Development Corp, 162 Or.App. 128, 986 P.2d 59 (1999)

Oregon v. Mayer, 146 Or.App. 86, 932 P.2d 570 (1997)

Oregon v. Brazil-Kay, 137 Or.App. 589, 907 P.2d 1116 (1995)

Oregon v. Tobias, 131 Or.App. 591, 887 P.2d 366 (1994)

Andrew Coit

Ross v. Holt
, 198 P3d 437, 224 Or.App. 405 (2008)

State v. Harris, 339 Or.App. 157, 118 P3d 236 (2005)

State v. Voits
, 186 Or.App. 643, 64 P.3d 1156 (2003)

Pahl v. Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 164 Or.App. 378, 993 P.2d 149 (1999)

State v. Bishop, 157 Or.App. 33, 967 P.2d 1241 (1998)

To set up an appointment to discuss you’re appeal or post-conviction matter, please contact our offices.

Fees

Most people who hire an attorney are concerned about legal costs. In many cases their concern is justified as litigation can be expensive.

When accepting a case, we generally ask for a deposit to be applied toward the anticipated costs of the case. This deposit is referred to as a "retainer". Clients are billed on a monthly basis and receive a detailed statement itemizing the work done during the previous month. The hourly rate can vary depending on the complexity of the case and other considerations.

In some cases a fixed fee may be appropriate, particularly when the case is simple and the extent of the work to be provided by our office is foreseeable.

At Coit and Dean, P.C. we will work with you to explain all of the potential costs associated with your unique legal problem and attempt to minimize the costs whenever possible. We accept various forms of payment.


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