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Topic - Ancer Haggerty
A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, says police detectives violated a pregnant woman's constitutional rights when they repeatedly refused to let her use a restroom.
A judge has ordered federal fish managers in Oregon to release fewer young salmon into the Sandy River this year to ensure that hatchery fish don't harm wild fish - but has left other hatchery operations intact.
A woman who claimed ties to white supremacist prison gangs has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy that involved four deaths in three states, guaranteeing herself a life sentence.
A judge has ordered federal fish managers to do more to ensure that hatchery fish don't harm wild salmon and steelhead on the Sandy River this year.
A white supremacist accused of a Northwest crime spree that claimed four lives has won the right to serve as his own attorney.
If you represent yourself, Haggerty told Pedersen, you will have limited access to court filings, legal materials and the ability to control witnesses.
"I think it is unwise to try to represent yourself," Judge Ancer Haggerty told Pedersen at Friday's hearing. "A trained lawyer can represent you better than you can represent yourself."