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Oregon Supreme Court
Latest Oregon Supreme Court Items
The first challenge to Oregon's landmark test for eyewitness testimony will begin in earnest next week, when prosecutors will try to convince the state's high court that a murder conviction was wrongly overturned.
An Oregon man walked out of jail after waiting more than 10 years to be cleared of a murder.
The Ashland City Council will discuss a pared-down gun control ordinance that bans the possession of loaded weapons in public but drops other proposed measures.
The Oregon Supreme Court has sent a dustup over an 83-year-old costume from the state's biggest rodeo back down to circuit court.
The Boy Scouts of America kept a file on a former Maryland congressman after a highly publicized scandal involving his alleged solicitation of a 16-year-old male prostitute in 1980.
A searchable online file of hundreds of men who volunteered decades ago as Scout leaders and were suspected of sexual abuse was posted Thursday by an Oregon law firm.
The recent release of a "treasure-trove" of names, dates and locations of men suspected of molesting boys in Scouting is likely to have broad impact, from sparking new lawsuits to forcing youth-serving organizations to ramp up their efforts to protect children in their care, according to experts in child sexual abuse.
The Oregon Supreme Court on Thursday approved the release of 20,000 pages of so-called perversion files compiled by the Boy Scouts of America on suspected child molesters within the organization for more than 20 years, giving the public its first chance to review the records.
The Oregon Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that people in the state with medical marijuana cards also can carry concealed weapons.