Herrera v. OregonPetition for certiorari denied on January 10, 2010
|Docket No.||Op. Below||Argument||Opinion||Vote||Author||Term|
|10-344||Court of Appeals of Oregon, opinion begins on pg. 50||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||OT 2009|
Issue: Whether the Sixth Amendment, as incorporated against the states by the Fourteenth Amendment, requires a unanimous jury verdict to convict a person of a crime.
Plain English Summary:
- Petition of the day (Conor McEvily)
Briefs and Documents
- Opinion Below (Court of Appeals of Oregon, opinion begins on pg. 50)
- Petition for certiorari
- Brief in opposition
- Amicus brief for Sheri S. Diamond, et al.
- Amicus brief for Professor Jeffrey B. Abramson
- Amicus brief for Oregon Criminal-Law and Criminal-Procedure Professors
- Amicus brief for the Federal Public Defender of the District of Oregon
- Amicus brief for Professor Kate Stith
- Amicus brief for the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, et al.
- Petitioner's reply