Provision of notice or order to defendant
When a provision of ORS 133.705 (Definitions for ORS 133.705 to 133.717) to 133.717 (Provision of notice or order to defendant) requires a district attorney or the court to provide written notice or an order to the defendant and the defendant:
(1) Is incarcerated for any offense in a Department of Corrections institution, the notice must be sent by regular United States mail in an envelope prominently displaying the words “Legal Mail.”
(2) Is supervised by a supervisory authority for any offense, the notice must be sent by regular United States mail to the defendant’s last-known address on record with the supervisory authority.
(3) Is no longer supervised by a supervisory authority, the notice must be sent by certified mail to the defendant’s last-known address. [2011 c.275 §6]
Note: See note under 133.705 (Definitions for ORS 133.705 to 133.717).
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