Oregon Supreme Court

Opinions Filed in January 2023

State v. Craigen

“Once an attorney is appointed or retained, there can be no interrogation of a defendant concerning the events surrounding the crime charged unless the attorney representing the defendant on that charge is notified and afforded a reasonable opportunity to attend.” State v. Sparklin, 296 Or 85, 93, 672 P2d 1182 (1983).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Constitutional Law

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