Appeals

ORS 138.480
Public Defense Services Commission to provide representation for prisoner in proceeding before appellate court


The Supreme Court or the Court of Appeals may, in its discretion, at the request of an individual who is deprived of liberty by a judgment, is without means to retain an attorney and is without the aid of an attorney, direct the Public Defense Services Commission to provide representation for the individual in a proceeding before it to test the validity of that judgment. [1963 c.600 §10; 1969 c.198 §69; 2001 c.962 §28]

Notes of Decisions

Public Defender lacked standing to prosecute appeal of conviction for driving under influence of intoxicants obtained in absentia and without defendant's authorization. State v. Lyon, 36 Or App 255, 584 P2d 345 (1978)


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