Aliza Kaplan

Aliza B. Kaplan is professor and director of the Criminal Justice Reform Clinic (CJRC) at Lewis & Clark Law School.

Author's Entries

  • Non-Unanimous Jury Law in Oregon

    In 1934, Oregon amended its constitution to allow for non-unanimous jury verdicts in criminal cases, excluding those cases where a defendant is on trial for first-degree murder, making it one of only two states (along with Louisiana) that allowed non-unanimous jury convictions in criminal felony cases. All other states and …

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