Fourth Friday Fermentations
A monthly series on the fourth Friday.
Dates: October 22 | Continues in January, 2022
Time: 12:00–1:00 p.m.
Cost & Registration: Free to all OCDLA members. Request Registration Link.
Join OPDS Appellate Division attorneys every fourth Friday of the month from noon to 1 PM for a recap of key appellate decisions issued that month, and tips on how you can use those decisions to better represent your clients.
Morgen Daniels and Josh Crowther will bring you the latest appellate decisions.
Andy Robinson will drop by to discuss his big win in State v. Bartol, and the implications it might have on other death penalty cases under SB 1013.
Anne Munsey will drop in to talk about her win in State v. Hubbell and the changes that case will have on prosecutions for delivery of a controlled substance. The panelists will also talk to her about several of her other cases that she has before the Oregon Supreme Court. State v. Rusen, 307 Or App 759, 479 P3d 318 (2020), State v. Kyger, 305 Or App 548, 471 P3d 764 (2020), and State v. Darius Lawshawn Thompson, S068639. Anne Munsey can’t be stopped!
Drop by yourself with questions and stay tuned for future presentations in 2022.
Designed as an ongoing discussion series, these "fermentations" will not provide written materials or CLE credit.
Who may attend?
This program is open to OCDLA member defense lawyers, professionals and law students directly involved in the defense function.