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Shows tagged as: courts
Thu, Apr 25 2013
University of Oregon law professor Carrie Leonetti spent a year in Bosnia studying eyewitness testimony and the justice system there.
Thu, Mar 28 2013
Oregon lawmakers are considering a bill aimed at helping military veterans who have been convicted of a crime.
Fri, Feb 1 2013
The 21-year-old Mohamud was found guilty in a plot to set off a bomb at Portland's 2010 Christmas tree lighting.
Wed, Jan 30 2013
We'll check in with U.S. Supreme Court watcher Lisa McElroy about the current interpretation of the "Right To Bear Arms" and if it's likely to change.
Mon, Jan 28 2013
We'll get an update from OPB reporter April Baer on what's been happening in the courtroom over the past week.
Fri, Jan 18 2013
We'll get the latest from OPB reporter April Baer who has been in the courtroom every day this week.
Wed, Jan 16 2013
Paul De Muniz recently retired after serving as an Oregon Supreme Court justice for more than a decade.
Fri, Jan 11 2013
The trial of a young man accused of trying to set off a bomb at Portland's holiday tree-lighting ceremony in 2010 begins this week.
Wed, Dec 5 2012
What will the ruling on eyewitness testimony by the Oregon Supreme Court mean for cases being tried in the state?
Tue, Oct 2 2012
How will an Oregon Court of Appeals ruling on the right to a jury trial affect counties across Oregon?
Thu, Jun 14 2012
A ruling by the Oregon Supreme Court today disappointed media organizations, including OPB, which wanted access to files in a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts over sexual abuse.
Thu, Apr 12 2012
An Idaho woman arrested for inducing her own abortion is taking her case to federal court.
Fri, Jan 13 2012
We'll ask U.S. Supreme Court scholar Lisa McElroy about the recent court decisions and about the arguments just made in the FCC indecency case.
Thu, Dec 15 2011
The nation's second oldest drug court is turning 20 Thursday. We'll explore the history and effectiveness of the Multnomah County system.
Wed, Nov 2 2011
Eyewitness evidence is used in court cases all over the country every day. Now, both the Oregon Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court are taking up the issue of how limited its use should be.