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A state senator who was cross-examined by an Oregon Department of Justice attorney in a lawsuit against the state's liquor commission has filed a complaint with the state bar, saying the attorney made untrue allegations about his campaign finances.
Ore. (AP) The Oregon Supreme Court has ruled against using an anonymous jury without first deciding that withholding names is justified on security or other grounds and without taking any steps to mitigate possible prejudice to a defendant In
Back in the heady days of the modern environmental movement in the early 1970s, Jim Huffman bicycled to work as a new Lewis & Clark law professor. Rather than see his faculty parking spot sit empty, Huffman and his students planted a vegetable garden