Sansone v. Gordon, C073809CV

Decision Date16 June 2010
Docket NumberC073810CV,C073809CV,C073811CV,A139802.
PartiesPaul SANSONE, Plaintiff-Respondent,v.Rob GORDON, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant.Steven Schwerdt, Plaintiff-Respondent,v.Rob Gordon, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant.Lee Wallick, Plaintiff-Respondent,v.Rob Gordon, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant. Washington County Circuit Court
CourtOregon Court of Appeals

235 Or.App. 695
234 P.3d 150

Paul SANSONE, Plaintiff-Respondent,
v.
Rob GORDON, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant.

Steven Schwerdt, Plaintiff-Respondent,
v.
Rob Gordon, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant.

Lee Wallick, Plaintiff-Respondent,
v.
Rob Gordon, in his official capacity as the Sheriff of Washington County, Respondent-Appellant.
Washington County Circuit Court

C073809CV, C073810CV, C073811CV; A139802.

Court of Appeals of Oregon.

Argued and Submitted Nov. 04, 2009.
Decided June 16, 2010.



Washington County Circuit Court.
Steven L. Price, Judge.
Elmer M. Dickens argued the cause and filed the brief for appellant.

Leland R. Berger, Portland, argued the cause for respondents. With him on the joint brief was John C. Lucy, IV.

Before WOLLHEIM, Presiding Judge, and BREWER, Chief Judge, and SERCOMBE, Judge.*

PER CURIAM.

Affirmed. Willis v. Winters, 235 Or.App. 615, 234 P.3d 141 (2010).


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Notes:

*. Brewer, C. J., vice Edmonds, P.J.

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  • Willis v. Winters
    • United States
    • Oregon Supreme Court
    • 19 May 2011
    ...Willis, 235 Or.App. at 629, 234 P.3d 141. We describe the Court of Appeals opinion in Willis below. The facts of Sansone v. Gordon, 235 Or.App. 695, 234 P.3d 150 (2010), are substantially the same, except that that case involved the sheriff of Washington County and three separate applicants......
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    • Oregon Court of Appeals
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