Here is a list of mandatory minimum sentences imposed for major crimes covered under Measure 11, passed by Oregon voters in 1994. As you can see, it is no light matter. According to the state of Oregon, there are 6140 people in prison for Measure 11 offenses as of December 1, 2017. (Source: Oregon Department of Corrections) Every defendant deserves a vigorous defense, especially when the accusations are not true. Kroll & Johnson take the tough Measure 11 cases, and win.
We all can imagine the stigma of accusations of serious crime, and it’s understood that criminal defense attorneys have to be tough in the face of the court of public opinion, to say nothing of the legal system. If you are faced with accusations under Measure 11, don’t wait. Retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. It could mean the difference between a full life, and life in prison. Ed Kroll and Justin Johnson aren’t afraid, and they’ll stand up for you.
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