|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|State of Oregon v. Matthew Lee Owen|
|Via Video Case 2|
|Zachary Lovett Mazer on behalf of Matthew Lee Owen|
Michael A. Casper on behalf of State of Oregon
|Consolidated for argument with S067558 and S067659.|
Statement of Issues:
|(1) Does a "knowing" mental state apply to the entire element of "causes physical injury" in the second-degree assault statute?|
(2) If State v. Barnes, 329 Or 327, 986 P2d 1160 (1999) remains good law, does the degree of injury require at least a mental state of criminal negligence?
(3) Does a trial court err under the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution when it instructs a criminal jury that it can convict a
defendant on a 10-to-2 vote?
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