Oregon Supreme Court ordered writ of mandamus, overturning trial court's ruling that deprived client of right to discovery
Restraining order case, in which the Court issued a protective order denying the Respondent (client) the right to conduct discovery. Sought relief by writ of mandamus from Oregon Supreme Court.
H - v. S -
Custody awarded to client.
Represented a grandmother who sought to get legal custody of her two granddaughters under ORS 109.119, which allows a non-parent to challenge biological parents for custody by overcoming a heavy burden of proof.
In the Matter of B -
Client cleared of all wrongdoing; regained custody of child.
Represented a mother facing termination of parental rights following accusations of child abuse.
C - v. B -
Restraining order against client dismissed in its entirety following trial.
Represented client accused of domestic violence and subjected to restraining order by mother of client's child.