Notice


Please note our new office address:

Unitas Building
1300 SW Sixth Avenue, Suite 310
Portland, OR 97201
Telephone: 503-274-4430
Fax: 503-274-0414

Public parking is available in the building. Parking validation also available.

Washington State Supreme Court Rules Drug Possession Law Unconstitutional In 5-4 Decision

The Washington state Supreme Court has ruled that the state's felony drug possession law is unconstitutional. View Newsweek article below for more information.

Newsweek Article

Recent Case Updates

Cortes-Maldanado v. Barr

Ninth circuit decision holding a conviction based on ORS 475.860 (2011), Oregon's former marijuana delivery statute is not an "illicit trafficking offense" and thus not an aggravated felony under the Immigration and Nationality Act. It has a great discussion of the categorical approach to ascertaining whether a conviction is deportable and/or an aggravated felony written by Judge Paez.

Article from "Top of the Ninth" blog

COVID-19 office news:

The office is currently open to the public with proof of vaccination. Masking is mandatory in the building and office. There is public parking in the building. Parking validation available for all intakes. Zoom conferences also available.

Noticias de la oficina de COVID-19:

Actualmente, la oficina está abierta al público con comprobante de vacunación. El enmascaramiento es obligatorio en el edificio y la oficina. Hay aparcamiento público en el edificio. Validación de estacionamiento disponible para todas las tomas. Zoom conferencias también disponibles.

A Trial And Appellate Attorney Fighting For Justice For You

Brian Patrick Conry is a skilled litigation attorney practicing in the areas of major criminal defense and deportation defense cases. Specific areas include:

  • Major criminal cases, from pre-indictment through any needed appeals, post conviction or habeas
  • Naturalization, asylum, deportation waivers, U Visas, and other visa processing
  • Measure 11 cases, including crimes of violence, sex abuse and related charges
  • Drug trafficking, including motion to suppress
  • Post-conviction relief, expungement and sex offender registration relief
  • Deportation defense cases, including cancellation of removal and asylum
  • Appeals-9th Circuit, Oregon, Washington, Board of Immigration Appeals

Right To Confrontation

Trial of criminal defense cases requires investigating the motive, bias and interest of the accusers bringing the criminal charges. This includes whether or not the accuser or accusers is seeking or have obtained a green card through the Violence Against Woman Act or a U-Visa for victims of any domestic violence, sexual abuse and/or other criminal charges.

Family members of accusers are also eligible for U-Visa certification as "derivatives" or "beneficiaries" of the accusers' potentially false accusations. Ten thousand U-Visas are granted a year in the United States. Juries or Judge fact finders are very interested if in fact the prosecution's chief witness may become a legal permanent resident or U.S. citizen in the future in all likelihood through bringing a possibly fraudulent criminal prosecution against the defendant.

Zealous investigation in criminal defense cases is a priority in defending criminal charges that significantly affect the rest of the defendant's life and freedom.