Andaleeb Iqbal

Oregon Court of Appeals (3 summaries)

State v. Aguirre - Lopez

Under Article I, Section 9 of the Oregon Constitution, law enforcement officer inquiries during a traffic stop must be reasonably related to the traffic stop and to the duration of the stop. State v. Dawson, 282 Or App 335, 386 P3d 165 (2016)

Area(s) of Law:
  • Criminal Procedure


ORS 138.071(1) provides a 30-day deadline to appeal and if the appeal is not filed within this deadline, a court has no jurisdiction over a case because it was not taken in conformity to statutory requirements. State v. Goodin, 1 Or App 559, 560, 465 P2d 487 (1970).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Post-Conviction Relief

Minor v. SAIF

Worker's Compensation Board orders are reviewed as provided in ORS 183.482(7) and (8). Courts review for substantial evidence, which "exists to support a finding of fact when the record, viewed as a whole, would permit a reasonable person to make that finding." ORS 183.482(8)(c). In reviewing for substantial evidence, a court must also determine whether the board's analysis comports with substantial reason. To satisfy that requirement, the board must "provide a rational explanation of how its factual findings lead to the legal conclusions on which the order is based." Arms v. SAIF, 268 Or App 761, 767, 343 P3d 659 (2015).

Area(s) of Law:
  • Workers Compensation

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