Recording Oregon’s grand juries is wrong (Guest opinion)

When it comes to public safety, Oregon has long led the way on progressive policies: Allowing small amounts of marijuana in 1973. Creating some of the nation’s first drug courts in 1991. Providing citizen involvement in grand juries, where criminals are charged. Now criminal defense attorneys and a phalanx of well-financed lobbyists who oppose victims’ rights are pushing to record grand jury proceedings and make these secret proceedings public.

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