Recording of Interrogations in Oregon

State statute requires law enforcement to electronically record the entirety of their custodial interrogations of suspects when they occur in law enforcement facilities. The requirement applies to major class A and B felonies and homicides. Any statement that was unrecorded and is presented as evidence shall be accompanied by a jury instruction about the superior reliability of electronic recordings when compared with testimony about what was said and done. Effective: 2010.

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