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February 27, 2009

Oregon Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on March 6 at Knight Law Center

The Oregon Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases on Friday, March 6, in room 175 at the Knight Law Center, 1515 Agate St., in Eugene.  The proceedings are open to the public.  

Arguments in the case of State of Oregon v. John Frederick Luman will begin at 9 a.m. The case reviews a Court of Appeals decision that reversed and remanded a trial court decision denying in part a motion to suppress evidence filed by defendant John Frederick Luman.

Arguments in the case of Emerald Steel Fabricators Inc. v. Bureau of Labor and Industries will begin at 10:30 a.m. Emerald Steel Fabricators, Inc. seeks review of a Court of Appeals decision affirming a decision by the Bureau of Labor and Industries that determined that it had failed to accommodate an employee’s use of medical marijuana.

Judge David Schuman will preview the cases for Oregon Law students on Wednesday, March 4.

Note to Media Members and Photographers: Only one still photographer and one video camera and technician are permitted in the courtroom.  Media personnel must wear tasteful business attire.  Broadcast media representatives may not move about the court during proceedings.  Recording equipment must be positioned before the session opens and must not be moved during proceedings.  Equipment cannot produce distracting sound or light.

 

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