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United State Supreme Court Appears Poised to Require Unanimous Jury Verdicts in Criminal Cases

On October 7, 2019, the United State Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Ramos v. Louisiana, a case which posed an important question: do the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution require a jury verdict in a state crimin… Read More
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Categories: Jury Trials

Anatomy of a DUII Stop (And What to Do If You Are Pulled Over)

For many, being pulled over by the police is a stressful and confusing experience. Stressful because, in the moment, the officer wields almost unlimited power. Even if they overstep their authority, a stopped motorist usually has no recourse until af… Read More
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Addiction, Mental Health, and Crime

Addiction, mental health, and crime are, unfortunately, often connected. Underlying a staggering amount of criminal behavior — and noncriminal behavior that is nonetheless charged as such — are pervasive and untreated or undertreated issues with… Read More
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Categories: Addiction, Mental Health

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At the heart of Ross’ commitment to defending individuals accused of crimes is an understanding that state actors and institutions — from police to prosecutors to courts, jails and prisons — too often tread upon the rights to privacy and fairness that we enjoy as Americans and Oregonians.

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