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Portland Injury Attorneys At Dawson Law Group we specialize in personal injury law. Our firm is located in Portland, and therefore, serves a different population than that of Veralrud and Fowler.  At our Portland firm we specialize in airline accident…

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Cases are brought to you by Veralrud & Fowler, your local Eugene, Oregon personal injury lawyers. California Court of Appeal, 07/29/2015 Green v. Co. of Riverside, No. D067424 In an action for violation of civil rights and the Fourteenth Amendment…

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Veralrud & Fowler, your Eugene personal injury attorneys, is proud to bring you this information. California Court of Appeal, 07/28/2015 Klotz v. Milbank,Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, No. B255827 In a suit alleging claims for breach of fiduciary duty, conspiracy, and…

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Brought to you by Veralrud & Fowler, your Eugene, OR personal injury lawyers. United States Ninth Circuit, 07/27/2015 US v. Chadd, No. 12-36023 In a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) action brought against the United States alleging claims arising from…

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Brought to you by Veralrud & Fowler, your Eugene, OR personal injury lawyers. United States Fourth Circuit, 07/28/2015 Doe 2 v. Rosa, No. 14-1748 In a consolidated case under 42 U.S.C. section 1983, involving the sexual abuse of two minor…

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Brought to you by Veralrud & Fowler, your Eugene, Oregon personal injury law firm. United States Second Circuit, 07/28/2015  Balintulo v. Ford Motor Co., No. 14-4104 In a suit filed under the Alien Tort Statute (ATS) against various corporations for…

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Federal law search and seizure. See 9th Circuit case, U.S. v. Camou, opinion date 12/11/14, #12-50598. 1. 9th Circuit Court held that denial of defendant’s motion to suppress images of child pornography was error where the warrant-less search of the…

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By a 5-4 vote (with a spirited dissent led by new Justice Sotomayer), the Supreme Court in Berghuis v. Thompkins, (Supreme Court #08-1470, decision filed 6/2/10) ruled that if a suspect wishes to invoke his constitutional right to remain silent,…

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Generally, Oregon law provides that the presentation of evidence to the Grand Jury is administered by the DA’s office (see ORS 132.320(9): the DA is not bound to present evidence for the defendant). But what if you have evidence which…

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According to the State Court of Appeals, a passenger (ultimately the defendant) reached over and jerked the wheel, causing a traffic accident.  Driving?  Yes, indeed, says State v. Cruz, 120 Or App 214 (1993).

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