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The Oregon Court of Appeals is Oregon's intermediate appellate court. The Court of Appeals was created by statute in 1969, and its jurisdiction is established by the Legislative Assembly. With the exception of a limited number of appeals that go directly to the Oregon Supreme Court--most notably death penalty cases, ballot title cases, lawyer discipline matters, and tax court cases--the Court of Appeals receives every appeal or judicial review taken from Oregon's trial courts and administrative agencies. Individuals and businesses in Oregon have a general right to appeal decisions from those bodies to our court, and our doors are open to them.
The Oregon Judicial Department website has some amazing resources to help those that are suffering from domestic violence.
Northwest Forensic Associates, Inc.106 East Fourth StreetThe Dalles, OR 97058Phone: 541.980.5147Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oregon State Bar has a number of different resources that can be used by the public.
The Oregon State Bar has a number of resources to find a lawyer for various types of needs.
Justice of the PeaceJudge Cris Patnode
Condon Office221 S. Oregon St.PO Box 494Condon, OR 97823 MapPhone: 541.384.5821
Office HoursTuesday ONLY8:30 am to 4:30 pm
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