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Julio C. Viamonte
309 State St.
P.O. Box 13
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone: 541-386-1718

The Oregon State Bar has a number of resources to find a lawyer for various types of needs.

The Oregon State Bar has a number of different resources that can be used by the public.

Hood River Municipal Court

Hood River Municipal Court is responsible for the processing of citations and complaints issued by the City of Hood River Police Department, the City Attorney, the City Prosecutor and by private citizens within the City of Hood River.

The Municipal Court staff can answer questions about court schedule, bail amounts, and other administrative matters such as payment plan inquiries but CANNOT tell you what to do when you receive a citation and CANNOT give legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should consult an attorney. For help finding an attorney, call the Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 503-620-0333, online at, or search the Yellow Pages.

The majority of cases heard in Municipal Court are traffic infractions. We do not reschedule court dates and times.

Hood River Justice Court

The County of Hood River established Cascade Locks Justice Court in 1939 for the District of Cascade Locks. Justice courts are state courts funded by the county in which they reside; they must abide by the County Administrative Code.

Cascade Locks Justice Court is staffed with a full-time Justice of the Peace and a full-time Court Clerk. The courts office hours are from 8am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday. We are available by phone 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday thru Friday.

Phone number: 541-374-8558

Address: PO Box 536, 440 Wa Na Pa Street, Cascade Locks, OR 97014

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