Measure 11 Crimes are extremely serious and have state-mandated minimum sentences.
Measure 11, (sourced from Wikipedia):
Measure 11, also known as “One Strike You’re Out”, was a citizens’ initiative passed in 1994 in the U.S. State of Oregon. This statutory enactment established mandatory minimum sentencing for several crimes.
The sentencing judge may be required to impose a sentence prescribed by Measure 11 with no reductions for good-time/earned-time or good behavior. Those convicted may not be paroled prior to serving their minimum sentence.
Do not take chances with your freedom. The Corbridge Law defense team understands what Measure 11 Sentences mean for you, your family, or your job or business.
Crime & Minimum sentence
Aggravated Murder: 30 to life
Murder: 25 years
1st degree Manslaughter: 10 years
Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Murder: 10 years
Attempted Aggravated Murder: 10 years
1st degree Unlawful sexual penetration: 8 years, 4 months
1st degree Sodomy: 8 years, 4 months
1st degree Rape: 8 years, 4 months
1st degree Arson with Threat of Serious Injury: 7 years, 6 months
1st degree Robbery: 7 years, 6 months
1st degree Kidnapping: 7 years, 6 months
1st degree Assault: 7 years, 6 months
Conspiracy to Commit Murder: 7 years, 6 months
Attempted Murder: 7 years, 6 months
1st degree Sexual abuse: 6 years, 3 months
2nd degree Unlawful sexual penetration: 6 years, 3 months
2nd degree Sodomy: 6 years, 3 months
2nd degree Rape: 6 years, 3 months
2nd degree Manslaughter: 6 years, 3 months
Pornographic Exploitation of a Child: 5 years, 10 months
Compelling Prostitution: 5 years, 10 months
These are probable sentences:
2nd degree Assault: 5 years, 10 months
2nd degree Kidnapping: 5 years, 10 months
2nd degree Robbery: 5 years, 10 months
The measure applies to all defendants aged 15 and over, requiring juveniles 15 and overcharged with these crimes to be tried as adults.