Oregon PRL Requires Disclosure of Documents Pertaining to Internal Investigations of Cop's Misconduct
On appeal, the Court of Appeals of Oregon found that, since the City hadn't released the documents within 7 days of Davis' request for them, Davis was entitled to attorney fees and didn't have to pay copy or redaction fees to the City. On that basis, the Court remanded with instructions for the trial court to grant attorney fees to Davis and order the fees she paid the City for redacting and photocopying the documents reimbursed. See: Davis v. Walker, 108 Ore.App. 128; 814 P.2d 547 (1991).
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Davis v. Walker
|Cite||108 Ore.App. 128; 814 P.2d 547 (1991)|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|