Since I live in the City of Beaverton, can I receive legal advice regarding personal matters?
No. The City Attorney’s Office advises the City, which has the status of a municipal corporation. The city attorney acts as corporate counsel to the City executives and managers of the municipal corporation, and thus does not and cannot give legal advice to the public.

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1. Since I live in the City of Beaverton, can I receive legal advice regarding personal matters?
2. How do I file a claim against the City?
3. How do I go about making a public records request with the City Attorney’s Office?
4. Where can I find a copy of the Beaverton City Code or City Charter?
5. Would it be possible to speak with the city attorney regarding a traffic ticket I received before my first appearance in court?
6. Would it be possible to speak with the city attorney regarding my being arrested or cited for a misdemeanor crime in the City of Beaverton prior to my first appearance in court?
7. How do I go about rescheduling a court date?
8. Who should I contact about receiving restitution payments?
9. How do I obtain discovery in my Beaverton court case?
10. How do I go about getting my personal property back that was taken by the Beaverton Police Department as evidence in a case?
11. How do I go about getting restitution if I am a victim of a misdemeanor crime in the City of Beaverton?