Graham C Fisher

If you’re in trouble, or someone you care about is in trouble, I’m here to help.
The government has an enormous amount of power.   Our criminal justice system is designed to overwhelm the individual and produce guilty pleas.  The United States has just 5% of the world’s population but we incarcerate almost a quarter of the world’s prisoners.

I can help balance the scales.  I believe in individual rights, compassion, and putting people in a position to be their best selves.  I will listen carefully to your priorities, and will always be honest with you.  I am committed to giving each client complete and clear counsel, every step of the way.  I am an experienced trial lawyer, use creative strategies, and fight to get the best possible result for each and every client.
I also work to make the criminal justice system more fair and humane.  I’m proud to serve on the Oregon State Bar’s Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions Committee, the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association’s Legislative Committee, Oregon Justice Resource Center’s Amicus Committee, and ACLU’s cooperating attorney panel.

I look forward to talking with you.

Languages spoken: Spanish, English


Free consultation (45 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Contact info
1549 SE Ladd Ave.
Portland, OR, 97214-4700

Office (503) 946-3643

OR Active 2006 07/16/2016

Top 100 Trial Lawyers National Trial Lawyers 2016
Outstanding Oral Advocacy Lewis & Clark Law School 2005

Work experience
Owner / Attorney Law Office of Graham C Fisher 2007 – Present
Attorney Metropolitan Public Defenders, Inc. 2006 – 2007

National Criminal Defense College, Summer Trial Practice Institute, Macon, Georgia N/A N/A 2008
Lewis & Clark Law School Law JD – Juris Doctor 2006
Reed College English BA – Bachelor of Arts 2001

Speaking engagements
OCDLA 2015 Winter Conference – Daring Defenses that Work Moderator 2015
Hearing Conducted by the Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee Testimony in Support of Bail Seizure Reform Bill – SB 391A 2015
Hearing Conducted by the Oregon House Judiciary Committee Testimony in Support of Bail Seizure Reform Bill – SB 391A 2015

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