We have an awesome program this year which includes Melissa Moore, Media Outreach Coordinator, The Opportunity Agenda, New York, NY. Join her for a communications workshop focused on messaging and media outreach designed to help us use limited time and resources for maximum media impact. And then there's Jeff Fisher, Co-Director, Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, Stanford Law School, CA, who always delivers spot-on observations about emerging legal issues. He will focus on the confrontation clause and digital evidence, and also provide comments on Justice Scalia’s legacy for criminal defendants. Program details and registration.
The 2016 Legislative Analysis of Criminal and Juvenile Laws contains summaries and complete enrolled versions of 17 bills - a record for a short session - covering new criminal and juvenile legislation.
Extensive analysis on the most critical bills this session, such as:
• HB 4066 - Effective immediately, creates new offenses relating to drones
• HB 4014 - Effective immediately, changes to cannabis laws & crimes
• HB 4074 - Effective immediately, juvenile sex offender registration changes
• SB 1571 - Effective immediately, bill relating to testing sexual assault kits
• SB 1600 - Effective 1/1/2017, authorizes prosecution of Rape I & other Level I sexual crimes if corroborating evidence is found
• HB 4046 - Effective 1/1/2017, wildlife laws & violations
• Complete Index and Guide to Bills by Subject
• Paginated "Quick List" to the House and Senate sections
New! A 2016 Update for the DUII Trial Notebook is now available, included with your purchase. Editors Rob Crow & Ben Eder compiled legislation and case law issued since the Notebook was published in 2014 and have updated 7 of the 17 chapters. From booking your client to client sentencing, from the IC hearing to Motions to Suppress, from Diversion to FSTs, the 2016 update provides all the relevant changes over the past two years to keep you — and your clients — current with the law. A must-have for any DUII practitioner. Details.
Some sentencing issues are so complex you would have to spend hours researching what you can find easily in this invaluable resource. The 2012 edition, updated with the May 2015 Update, helps you arrive at the correct interpretation and craft a winning argument. You’ll reach for it every time:
• your client is pleading to more than one felony count in a single indictment
• the state files a notice of aggravating factors
• you are going to “open sentencing” on felony charges.
And those are just a few examples. For comprehensive coverage of sentencing issues, guidelines and related case law, plus practice pointers and detailed
challenges that can be raised on constitutional and other grounds, don’t look any further. Order here.
A terrific reference tool to Oregon procedural issues that lawyers are likely to confront in criminal cases. Released August, 2015, this is a substantial update to the 2011 edition. $55. Order here.
• Search & Seizure Outline
• Prior Crimes and Bad Acts
• Merger of Sentences
• Updated Statutes, Including Speedy Trial and Disclosure of Exculpatory Evidence
Search and Seizure in Oregon has been updated for 2015, with case law updates and two new chapters. The following chapters are new to the manual:
• Chapter 8—Search/Seizure of Digital Data, Bronson James
• Chapter 9—Before and After the Appeal, Ryan Scott
The following chapters have updates with significant case law since the manual was issued in September, 2014:
• Chapter 1, "Was there a Search/Seizure"
• Chapter 3, "Warrantless Searches"
• Chapter 5, "Search Warrants"
• Chapter 6, "Is Defendant Entitled to Suppression?"
The book focuses on key opinions, with in-depth analysis, practice tips, and much more. Starting at just $175. Order here.
The Goldilocks Quandary by Ed Kroll
OCDLA has a mentoring program for newer members. Read more.
Apr-May 2016 issue of the Oregon Defense Attorney