Timothy Kempton and Lauren Mehrtens Prosecutors
Part One: Victim Rights Requested
As a victim of crime in Oregon, you have legal rights. Many of these rights go into effect automatically and can be found in the
“Victims’ Rights Guide”. However, some rights you must request before they go into effect. A victim, the victim’s
attorney or if the victim requests, the city attorney at his or her discretion, may assert and enforce these rights on your behalf.
[Oregon Constitution Art. 1, Sec. 42(4)].
Please check the box in front of any of the right(s) (listed below) you are requesting.
Complete this form immediately if you want to exercise any of these rights or contact the Beaverton City Attorney’s
Office at (503) 526-2215. The city attorney’s office will assume that you do not want to exercise these rights unless they hear
If you ever change your mind and decide that you do want to exercise rights that you didn’t yet request, please contact the
appropriate office and they will work with you to exercise the rights if that is still possible. The city attorney’s office may
require your participation if your case goes to trial even if you do not wish to receive additional information about the rights or to
Or you may request:
To answer the next three questions, please read the after a crime occurs and
crime victim bill of rights pages.
This information is a public record and will be provided to the defense as part of discovery. The information contained in this statement will provide feedback that will assist the prosecution efforts and will be filed with the court.
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The defense attorney or investigator may wish to speak to you about this case to clarify facts in the report or to discuss possible settlement outside the criminal process. You have a constitutional right to choose whether you wish to speak to people representing the defendant. As a crime victim, you have a right to refuse an interview or other contact unless the court otherwise orders.