On April 23, 2014 the Oregon Court of Appeals filed an opinion in C.J.L. v. Langford, Slip Op A149753, which dealt with sufficiency of evidence in a Stalking Protective Order (SPO) case. The court continued a trend in tightening the standard of proof when stalking was speech-based, possibly infringing on the First Amendment. In striking […]
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