Oregon Criminal Law Revision Commission Records

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Anthony Yturri
Senator Anthony Yturri
Chairman
​Oregon Legislative Assembly, 1967-72

The purpose of the Criminal Law Revision Commission, established by the 1967 Legislative Assembly, was to prepare a thorough modernization of the criminal and correctional laws of Oregon. The revised criminal code was enacted by the 1971 Legislative Assembly. The commission prepared a new criminal procedure code during the 1971-72 interim which was enacted by the 1973 Legislative Assembly. 

The commission's paper records are available below. Audio tapes are available in the Oregon State Archives reference room​​.

1967-68 and 1969-70 Interims

Minutes and Exhibits

​​1971-72 Interim

Minutes and Exhibits

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Article 7
[Note: Preliminary Draft 1, August 1972​ identified as Article 6 but Arraignment and Related Procedures is Article 7 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972

Article 8 
Preliminary Dr​aft 1, May 1972​ [note: identified as Article 6 but Release of Defendants is Article 8 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972
Preliminary ​Draft 2, August 1972 [note: identified as Article 6 but Release of Defendants is Article 8 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972]
Tentat​ive Draft 1, September 1972​​ [note: identified as Article 6 but Release of Defendants is Article 8 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972]
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Article 9 
Preliminary & Tentative Drafts, 1972 [note: identified as Article 6 but Pleadings and Related Procedures is Article 9 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972


Article 10 
Pre-Tria​l Discovery [note: identified as Article 7 but Pre-Trial Discovery is Article 11 in Final Draft and Report - November 1972] 



[note: Preliminary Draft 1, September 1972 identified as Article 11 but Judgment; Parole and Probation by Court is Article 14 in Final Draft and Report - N]
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