Disclosure to victim
- • conditions
(1) In any criminal prosecution arising from an automobile collision in which the defendant is alleged to have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the district attorney prosecuting the action shall make available, upon request, to the victim or victims and to their attorney, or to the survivors of the victim or victims and to their attorney, all reports and information disclosed to the defendant pursuant to ORS 135.805 (Applicability) to 135.873 (Protective orders). The reports and information shall be made available at the same time as it is disclosed to the defendant or as soon thereafter as may be practicable after a request is received. The district attorney may impose such conditions as may be reasonable and necessary to prevent the release of the reports and information from interfering with the trial of the defendant. The district attorney may apply to the court for an order requiring any person receiving such reports and information to comply with the conditions of release.
(2) For the purpose of this section:
(a) “District attorney” has that meaning given in ORS 131.005 (General definitions).
(b) “Drug” has that meaning given in ORS 475.005 (Definitions for ORS 475.005 to 475.285 and 475.752 to 475.980). [1991 c.229 §2]
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