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Witness Acquitted of Charges in Max Chamberlin Case


A key witness for the prosecution in the trial for the slaying of Oregonian Max Chamberlin in Ecuador was acquitted this morning after attorneys for the defense tried to name him as a perpetrator or an accomplice in the crime.Jose Palacios was originally que...   More
Friday, March 4, 2011 by AILIN DARLING

Legislators and Latino Leaders: Bill to Restore Driver's Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants "a Public Safety Issue"

Oregon Legislature

CAUSA Oregon and the Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs are pressing the Legislature to take up a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants access to an Oregon driver's license.
The measure, Senate Bill 845, would remove barriers created by the Legislature in 2008 and let undocumented i...   More
Thursday, March 3, 2011 by AILIN DARLING

Justice Postponed

An Oregon couple waits and waits for the trial of an Ecuadorian man charged with their son’s murder.

Cops and Courts
A year and a half after police found Max Chamberlin fatally shot in the back seat of a car in Ecuador, his parents in east Multnomah County are still awaiting justice. The trial of the man accused   More
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 AILIN DARLING

Sweet Charity: Clothes for Cannabis

NORML Women's Alliance

 Oregon residents without a medical marijuana card will get a rare opportunity to check out the Cannabis Cafe on Sunday, March 20 from noon to 3:00 pm during the Portland café's fir...   More
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 by AILIN DARLING

Portland Bureaucracy and Pedestrian Decoys (UPDATED)


If you didn't know the Portland Police Bureau's traffic division was running an undercover operation today to enforce pedestrian crosswalk laws downtown, two city bureaus were happy to tell you about it.

The Portland Bureau of Transportation tipped off the public by putting this new...   More
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 by AILIN DARLING
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