PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) â A post-pandemic glut of delayed cases has revealed shocking constitutional landmines affecting defendants and victims of crimes in Oregon, a state renowned for its progressive social justice.
An acute shortage of public defenders means that at any one time at least several hundred low-income defendants have no legal representation, sometimes in serious crime cases that could lock them up for years.
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