Duty of district attorney and Attorney General
- • jurisdiction of prosecutions
(1) The district attorney of each county shall prosecute any violation of this chapter occurring in the county. The Oregon Medical Board shall be represented by the Attorney General acting under ORS 180.140 (Other assistants). Each district attorney shall bring to the attention of the grand jury of the county any information independently developed by the district attorney, the Attorney General or other law enforcement agencies pertaining to a violation of this chapter.
(2) Upon any appeal to the Court of Appeals of this state in any of the proceedings referred to in subsection (1) of this section, the Attorney General shall assist the district attorney in the trial of the cause in the Court of Appeals.
(3) Justice courts and the circuit courts have concurrent jurisdiction of prosecutions for the violation of this chapter. [Amended by 1967 c.470 §60; 1979 c.562 §30; 1997 c.791 §20]
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