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Dennis R. Hurley (9.8 miles)
Tax, Real Estate
33530 Mount Tom Drive,
Harrisburg, OR 97446, Linn County
LAWPOINTS 17
Johanna Witzig (8.9 miles)
General Practice
33463 Mt Tom Dr,
Harrisburg, OR 97446, LINN County
LAWPOINTS 12
Constance Jane Bull (4.3 miles)
General Practice
352 Kirk Ave,
Brownsville, OR 97327, Linn County
LAWPOINTS 12
Bill Sattler (4.3 miles)
General Practice
618 Spaulding Ave,
Brownsville, OR 97327, Linn County
LAWPOINTS 12
Suzanne Hanna (9.5 miles)
General Practice
33901 Mt Tom Dr,
Harrisburg, OR 97446, LINN County
LAWPOINTS 12
Mary Brook Parker (9.0 miles)
General Practice
Halsey, OR 97348, LINN County
LAWPOINTS 11
Perry Smith Patterson (9.6 miles)
General Practice
33767 Mount Tom Dr,
Harrisburg, OR 97446, Linn County

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... Plaintiff asserted three claims for relief based on allegations of negligence, strict product liability, and fraud in the manufacture, marketing, and research of defendant's brand of low-tar cigarettes. At trial in 2002, plaintiff adduced the following evidence. ...

... state. Such indebtedness could be used to finance or refinance the costs of "acquiring, constructing, remodeling, repairing, equipping or furnishing real or personal property that is or will be owned or operated" by the state. SJR ...

... For the reasons set forth below, we conclude that the trial court did not err by denying defendant's motion for a judgment of acquittal but did err by admitting into evidence a certification from the Social Security Administration. ...

... DE MUNIZ, CJ. In these two criminal cases, consolidated for purposes of opinion, each defendant was charged with drug-related crimes based on evidence obtained during separate traffic stops. In each case, the Court of Appeals ...