Read the Report: Oregonian Editorial Page Editor Blows 0.10 in DUII after 'Two Drinks'


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The editor of the editorial page at The Oregonian told police he'd had just two drinks at Ruth's Chris Steak House downtown before he was arrested last week for drunk driving, according to the police report obtained by WW. Robert Caldwell, who has been at The O since 1983 and is arguably the most important opinion shaper in the state, told police he'd had two glasses of wine two hours before ...   More
 
Monday, May 24, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Second Offense: Mary Volm Ineligible for DUII Diversion, Faces One-Year Suspension


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Friday's DUII arrest of former City of Portland spokeswoman and unsuccessful City Council candidate Mary Volm provides a teachable moment on Oregon DUII law. The first thing to note about Volm's arrest is that she is not eligible for diversion—a program in which a judge agrees to dismiss a DUII charge in exchange for completing a lengthy treatment program. The reason Volm isn't eligible ...   More
 
Monday, August 30, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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