Oregon Supreme Court

Opinions Filed in May 2022

Salsgiver/Iannarone v. Rosenblum

Pursuant to ORS 250.035, a ballot measure’s caption must state its actual major effect and its summary must be an impartial statement outlining the measure’s major effects.

Area(s) of Law:
  • Ballot Titles

State v. Stanton

“In order to accept a defendant’s waiver of counsel, a trial court must determine—and the record must reflect—that the waiver is both intentionally and knowingly made.” State v. Meyrick, 831 P.2d 666, 132 (Or. 1992).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Criminal Procedure

State v. Rusen

Under ORS 138.105(9), “The appellate court has no authority to review any part of a sentence resulting from a stipulated sentencing agreement between the state and the defendant."

Area(s) of Law:
  • Appellate Procedure

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