Federal and State Laws
Oregon Statutes - Chapter 157 - Appeals in Criminal Actions; Writ of Review
Applicability of chapter.
The provisions of this chapter apply only to justice courts that have not become courts of record under ORS 51.025. Appeals of criminal judgments in...
Appeal to circuit court from justice court.
In a criminal action in a justice court, except where the judgment is given on a plea of guilty, an appeal may be taken from...
Who may appeal; appealable judgments and orders.
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, an appeal may be taken only by the defendant and whether or not the judgment...
Time and manner of taking appeal.
The appeal is taken in the same manner and within the same time as in the case of an appeal from a judgment in a...
Justice’s duty as to making and delivering transcript.
If the defendant is in custody at the time the appeal is allowed, the justice shall make the proper transcript and deliver it to the...
Effect of allowance of appeal.
An allowance of an appeal does not stay the proceedings on the judgment unless the defendant: (1) Makes a release agreement or a security release...
When appeal is perfected; amendment of pleadings in appellate court.
From the filing of the transcript with the clerk of the appellate court the appeal is perfected and the action is deemed pending therein for...
Powers of appellate court.
The appellate court may give a final judgment in the cause, to be enforced as a judgment of such court; or the appellate court may...
Writ of review in criminal actions.
No provision of ORS 157.010 to 157.065, in relation to appeals or the right to appeal in criminal actions, shall be construed to prevent either...
[Repealed by 1975 c.611 §16 (157.081 enacted in lieu of 157.080)]
[1975 c.611 §17 (enacted in lieu of 157.080); renumbered 46.810]
Last modified: August 7, 2008