Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants

ORS 813.222
Right of victim to be present at hearing


(1)

If a driving while under the influence of intoxicants offense involves damage to property of a person other than the defendant, the victim of the property damage has a right to be present and to be heard at any hearing on a petition for a diversion agreement.

(2)

The district attorney or city attorney shall notify the victim that the defendant may be eligible for diversion and that if there is a hearing on a petition for diversion, the victim has a right to be present and to be heard at the hearing. [1999 c.445 §3]
§§ 813.200 to 813.270

Notes of Decisions

Effect of defendant's previous participation in diversion program is not affected by whether or not he acted on counsel's advice. State v. Maynard, 85 Or App 631, 738 P2d 210 (1987), Sup Ct review denied

Law Review Citations

20 WLR 319 (1984)


Source

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