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Multnomah County Criminal Law

Criminal practice in Multnomah County can be complex, with different types of cases having their own associated dockets, programs, resolution options, and procedural pathways. Multnomah County’s chief criminal judge, Judge Ed Jones, has put together an outstanding panel to help practitioners learn everything they need to know about practicing in the county. The discussion will cover all types of criminal cases and will include, along with Judge Jones, sub-panels of experienced Multnomah County criminal defense practitioners discussing misdemeanor, felony, and domestic violence cases.

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