2019 Regular Session
Testimony submitted for Bill Sessions prior to the 2021 Regular Session can be found in the Presentations Displayed in Committee section on this page.
Submitted Written Public Testimony
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Presentations Displayed in Committee
|Aliza Kaplan (testimony)||Aliza Kaplan, Professor and Director, Criminal Justice Reform Clinic, Lewis and Clark Law School||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Vanessa Nordyke (testimony)||Vanessa Nordyke, Past President, Oregon State Bar||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Brad Holbrook (testimony)||Brad Holbrook, resident, Yamhill County||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Chris Wig and Charlie Swanson (testimony)||Chris Wig and Charlie Swanson, Democratic Party of Lane County||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Matt Shirtcliff (testimony)||Matt Shirtcliff, President, Oregon District Attorneys Association; Baker County District Attorney||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Aaron Knott (testimony)||Aaron Knott, Legislative Director, Office of the Attorney General, Oregon Department of Justice||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Barbara Spencer and Jamal Fox (testimony)||Barbara Spencer, Chair, OR Commission for Women and Jamal Fox, Chair, OR Commission on Black Affairs||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Mary A. Sofia (article: "Oregon Court of Appeals Ruling Upholds State's Nonunanimous Juries")||Mary A. Sofia, Legislative Director, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Mary A. Sofia (article: "Oregon now alone in allowing non-unanimous jury convictions")||Mary A. Sofia, Legislative Director, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Kimberly McCullough (testimony)||Kimberly McCullough, Policy Director, ACLU of Oregon||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
|Mary A. Sofia (testimony)||Mary A. Sofia, Legislative Director, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||5/6/2019||House Committee On Rules|
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