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Upward Departure Challenges

by: Ryan Scott • August 29, 2017 • no comments


Two Significant Search Warrant Opinions: Computers

by: Ryan Scott • August 22, 2017 • no comments


Are violent offenders redeemable?

by: Ryan Scott • August 15, 2017 • no comments


Does the gov't need a warrant to get historical cell-site information"

by: Ryan Scott • August 15, 2017 • no comments


Results of the 2016 Criminal Law Quiz

by: Ryan Scott • August 14, 2017 • no comments


When ambiguity favors the defendant

by: Ryan Scott • August 14, 2017 • no comments


Told to leave purse in impounded car

by: Ryan Scott • August 14, 2017 • no comments


Very Interesting Federal Opinion: Search Warrant and Hard Drive

by: Ryan Scott • July 28, 2017 • no comments


Dog sniff in legal MJ state

by: Ryan Scott • July 16, 2017 • no comments


A reminder to Oregon defense lawyers

by: Ryan Scott • July 13, 2017 • no comments


Did a recent merger opinion render some ID Thefts unconstitutional?

by: Ryan Scott • July 13, 2017 • no comments


Did Simonov overrule Barnes?

by: Ryan Scott • June 25, 2017 • no comments


Is Engen good law anymore?

by: Ryan Scott • June 23, 2017 • no comments


New Hampshire accidentally makes pregnancy a defense to murder

by: Ryan Scott • June 23, 2017 • no comments


Another example demonstrating that incarceration is often not based on community safety

by: Ryan Scott • May 31, 2017 • no comments


What is responsible for the fall in drunk driving since the early '80s?

by: Ryan Scott • May 22, 2017 • no comments


Would raising most speed limits make roads safer?

by: Ryan Scott • May 13, 2017 • no comments


Non-Oregon Case Law on "No Trespassing" Signs and the 4th Amendment

by: Ryan Scott • May 13, 2017 • no comments


New Regarding Historical Cell-Site Data (SW or Subpoena?)

by: Ryan Scott • May 13, 2017 • no comments


The Standard Theft-by-Taking Jury Instruction is Wrong

by: Ryan Scott • May 10, 2017 • no comments