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This link also has 'annotations' of Oregon cases and Attorney General Opinions which discuss specific statutes: www.oregonlegislature.gov
The Justice Court has jurisdiction over tickets for the violation of Possession of Less Than One Ounce of Marijuana by persons under 21 ORS 475B.316. Other violations regarding marijuana which may be cited into Justice Court include Possession of More Than One Ounce of Marijuana in Public by persons 21 and older, Marijuana MIP, Use of Marijuana in a Public Place, and Homegrown marijuana in Public View. These are Class B violations with a $265.00 presumptive fine amount.
It is illegal to smoke marijuana in public, if you are under 21, or while driving. See http://whatslegaloregon.com
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Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP) is a Class B violation under Oregon law (ORS 471.430). Possession of alcohol can be proven by facts showing that the defendant had physical possession, constructive possession, or possession by consumption (breath) of alcohol. The presumptive fine amount is $265 and requires attendance to Victims Impact Panel.
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