The Law Office of Josh Lamborn, P.C. is excited to again sponsor the National Crime Victim Law Institute‘s conference for 2019. This year’s conference takes place June 6 and 7 at the Oregon Convention Center. You can register here. The conference brings together representatives in the legal community from all across the country. Guests include…

On April 10, 2019, the Oregon Crime Victims Law Center held its second annual Hardy Myers fundraiser dinner. 2019 Oregon Crime Victims Law Center Hardy Myers Dinner More than 200 guests attended this year’s event, including the family of Hardy Myers, a founding OCVLC member and its first board president. Mary Elledge, leader of the…

Yesterday, in State v. Jimenez, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled that police officers in the State of Oregon cannot ask people they lawfully detain if they have any weapons on them without some independent reason for doing so. The Court specifically rejected the fact the State Legislature implicitly recognized in both ORS 131.615 and ORS 810.410…

Who is responsible for the death of the 11-year-old girl who fell out of the window of a bus full of teenage partygoers last Saturday? Is it the driver of the bus who was not licensed to drive more than 16 people on the bus? Is it the owner of the company who employed the…

This morning, Tuesday May 22, 2012, at 7:52 a.m., Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct and the Traffic Division responded to the report of a bicycle rider struck by a vehicle at Southwest Bertha Boulevard and Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.   Medical personnel responded and transported the bicycle rider, 28-year-old Jessie L. Belter, to an area…

A Sacramento, California Superior Court Judge reversed himself earlier today in releasing a 17-year-old rape victim he earlier ordered held on a material witness warrant to compel her testimony at her rapist’s trial.  In bowing to growing pressure from victim rights advocates and the public, Judge Lawrence Brown released the girl with a GPS ankle…

According to preliminary government data released on Monday, national automobile related deaths declined again last year, reaching an all-time low when compared to miles driven since such record- keeping began in 1921. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s early estimate of 2011 traffic fatalities indicated that there were 32,310 deaths in motor vehicle crashes last…