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The lawyers at O’Connor Weber can help protect you and your business in criminal or regulatory matters. They have litigated hundreds of criminal and administrative cases, from the initial investigation through successful appeals to the Oregon Supreme Court. They can advise you or your business on compliance with state and federal regulations so that you can avoid problems before they arise. In the unfortunate event that the state or federal government begins an administrative or criminal investigation, O’Connor Weber will work intelligently and tirelessly to minimize your exposure.
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O’Connor Weber attorney Lindsey Burrows won two significant Oregon Supreme Court cases in the same day on October 4, 2018, a rare accomplishment for an Oregon appellate attorney.
Yesterday, Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) featured Ms. Burrows’s case because a federal appellate court struck down a similar ordinance from Boise, Idaho. (https://www.opb.org/news/article/homeless-camping-portland-boise-court-ruling-impact/ “State v. Barrett OPB article”) As Ms. Burrows explained in the article, “The 9th Circuit case isn’t binding on the Oregon Court of Appeals, but it is very persuasive, since Boise’s ordinance is so similar to Portland’s[.]”
The lawyers at O’Connor Weber won significant cases recently in post-conviction and on direct appeal of criminal convictions. This post summarizes a few recent developments.