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Citing Jury Instruction Error, Oregon Appeals Court Reverses Conviction for Driving 200 Feet With Suspended License
The Oregon Court of Appeals reversed and remanded a man’s conviction for driving 200 feet with a suspended license, after determining the jury should have been instructed on the defenses of necessity and choice-of-evils.
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