|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|State of Oregon v. Kyle Allan Belden|
|Via Video Case 2|
|John Paul Evans on behalf of Kyle Allan Belden |
Gregory A Rios on behalf of State of Oregon
Statement of Issues:
|(1) To invoke the unavailability exception to the confrontation right under the Oregon constitution, is the state required to exhaust methods of producing a witness that arise only once the witness fails to appear on the morning that trial is scheduled|
(2) Has state established that an absent witness is unavailable when the record shows (1) that the state had not to engaged the witness's probation officer to help induce the witness to comply with her subpoena, and (2) that the state had not attempted to enforce its subpoena through available statutory procedures?
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