23, May 2013 - Lane, OR Homeless man guilty of rape in Eugene
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- A homeless man in Eugene has been convicted of raping a woman he met at a campsite. The Register-Guard reports 28-year-old Michael Eastman faces at least eight years in prison under Oregon's sentencing law. Prosecutor Robert Lane is asking for Eastman to be classified as a dangerous offender, which would allow a sentence of up to 30 years. The woman told police a man ...
23, May 2013 - Warren, OR Eugene man found guilty of sex abuse in UO groping incidents
A Eugene man faces more than six years in prison after being found guilty today of first-degree sexual abuse in one of two groping incidents near the University of Oregon last summer. Christopher Warren Mack, 35, also was found guilty of two counts each of third-degree sexual abuse and public …
23, May 2013 - Warren, OR Eugene man convicted of sexual abuse
A Eugene man was found guilty Tuesday of sexually abusing two University of Oregon international students in a pair of groping incidents last summer and now faces more than six years in prison. Christopher Warren Mack, 35, was convicted of first-degree sexual abuse and two counts each of third-degree sexual …
23, May 2013 - Lane, OR Man convicted of groping women at U of O
EUGENE, Ore. -- A Eugene man has been convicted of sexually abusing two international students at the University of Oregon. The Register-Guard reports 35-year-old Christopher Mack faces more than six years in prison at Thursday's sentencing. Lane County Judge Debra Vogt found Mack guilty following a non-jury trial. Defense attorney David Hill said he will appeal The prosecution said Mack groped ...
21, May 2013 - Oregon's newest federal judge confirmed
SALEM -- The U.S. Senate has confirmed Oregon's newest federal judge. The Senate confirmed Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Michael McShane in a voice vote Monday. McShane will be a U.S. district judge in Eugene. McShane replaces Michael Hogan, who retired last year. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley applauded the confirmation, calling McShane a tremendous addition to the court.
19, Nov 2011 - Eugene, OR Oregon Ducks cornerback Cliff Harris appears in court to address traffic citations
A charge of driving without insurance against Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris has been dismissed and a charge of driving with a suspended license could be thrown out if he fulfills certain requirements, his attorney said Thursday.