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The best thing I can say to answer your question (especially since I don't know what state the other state is), if you comply with whatever the other state wants you to do, you won't have a conviction or whatever it is they were going to do to you in the other state. Plus if you do get convicted in the other state, that state will most likely suspend your driver's license. Then if you go to the DMV in Oregon to get a license here, Oregon will not give you a license because they are a party to something called the "Interstate Compact on License Suspensions." This means basically if one state suspends your license for a DUII conviction then all the states are supposed to. I've walked many people from other states through Oregon's diversion process and I'm sure you can do treatment in Oregon to satisfy the other state's requirements. I'm not sure what real benefit you will get here but it should help you with the other state.
Answer Applies to: Oregon