|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|State of Oregon v. Leonard Lloyd Reinke|
|Portland Community College - Cascadia|
|Ernest G. Lannet on behalf of Leonard Lloyd Reinke|
Doug M. Petrina on behalf of State of Oregon
Statement of Issues:
|State of Oregon v. Leonard Lloyd Reinke (S059760) (A144138) (appeal from Multnomah County Circuit Court; opinion reported at 245 Or App 33, 260 P3d 820 (2011)).|
Defendant Leonard Lloyd Reinke seeks review of a per curiam Court of Appeals decision that (among other things) affirmed a trial court's imposition of a "dangerous offender" sentence over defendant's objection that the requisite facts had not been pleaded.
On review, the issues are:
(1) Does the Oregon Constitution require the state to plead in the indictment facts necessary to find that defendant is a dangerous offender, before a sentencing court may impose a dangerous offender sentence?
(2) If not, is the state otherwise required to include them in some type of document that is filed with the trial court?
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