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Oregon Supreme Court
Latest Oregon Supreme Court Items
The Oregon Supreme Court has affirmed the sentence of an inmate on death row for more than a decade.
A tiny, unnamed stream in the Willamette Valley became the center of Oregon's long-running battle over salmon and dams on Thursday when the state high court delivered a resounding victory for advocates of wild migratory fish.
Children in the custody of the state can be immunized over the objections of their biological parents, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a case that involves the eight children of a couple with religious objections to vaccinations.
State judges can force defendants to take medication against their will so they can stand trial, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
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 Oregon Supreme Court has sent a dustup over an 83-year-old costume from the state's biggest rodeo back down to circuit court.
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 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.