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Attempted DCS Sentencing

by: Ryan Scott • October 24, 2021 • no comments


Does effective representation require defense attorneys to know where the law is going, not just where it is?

by: Ryan Scott • November 14, 2020 • no comments


Resources for Defenders Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis in Oregon

by: Admin@ocdla.org • March 27, 2020 • no comments


3 Things Attorneys Should Know About the "Firearm Minimum"

by: Ryan Scott • December 30, 2019 • one comment


The very short version of the DCS-PCS merger argument

by: Ryan Scott • December 13, 2019 • no comments


Increasing the Chances of Reversal

by: Ryan Scott • December 1, 2019 • no comments


The Court of Appeals Misses an Easy One

by: Ryan Scott • September 22, 2019 • no comments


A Sentencing Argument for DCS- Super-Substantial Quantity (and Super-Super-Substantial Quantity)

by: Ryan Scott • September 18, 2019 • no comments


Juries are routinely misinstructed on the elements of theft, assault, criminal mistreatment and criminal mischief

by: Ryan Scott • July 17, 2019 • 2 comments


4th Amendment Issues Regarding Property-in-Property

by: Ryan Scott • July 13, 2019 • no comments


Mirror Universe: Why the Legislature May Spend the Money on a Unanimity Ballot Measure and Defenders of Non-Unanimous Verdicts Will Vote For It

by: Ryan Scott • July 4, 2019 • no comments


Should prosecutors object to a defendant's request for unanimous juries?

by: Ryan Scott • April 8, 2019 • no comments


How the prosecutor can seek to double the presumptive sentence of Oregon felonies and why it may be unconstitutional

by: Ryan Scott • March 24, 2019 • no comments


Oregon Appellate Court--March 6, 2019

by: Rankin Johnson • March 12, 2019 • no comments


Oregon Appellate Court--December 27, 2018

by: Rankin Johnson • January 8, 2019 • no comments


Improper Joinder Demurrer: What Issues Remain?

by: Ryan Scott • December 14, 2018 • no comments


Do DCS and PCS now merge?

by: Ryan Scott • December 10, 2018 • no comments


Incorporating the Grand Jury Clause from the Bill of Rights to State Prosecutions

by: Ryan Scott • November 29, 2018 • no comments


Using profile evidence as substantive proof of guilt

by: Ryan Scott • November 19, 2018 • no comments


Oregon Appellate Court--September 12, 2018

by: Rankin Johnson • September 20, 2018 • no comments


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