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Oregon's law allowing non-unanimous jury verdicts finally is found unconstitutional

For more than 85 years, Oregon was one of only 2 States that allowed a person to be convicted of a serious crime without a unanimous jury. Our law firm has fought against this practice for many years. Finally, the US Supreme Court declared Oregon's law unconstitutional. We celebrate this result.

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