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2022 Doing Expungements Right CLE Archive

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Streaming Video & Written Material Download

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Presented by
Jesse Lohrke and Cheryln Prescott
, Springfield

Jesse Lohrke and Cheryln Prescott discuss changes to Oregon's expungement law in 2022 with a specific emphasis on how to ensure the set aside is complete and cleared from the client's computerized criminal history.

Oregon Expungement law changed significantly when Senate Bill 397 took effect January 1, 2022. The new law reduces most set aside timelines and has a profound effect on non-person Class B felonies. Expungement of eligible Class B felony convictions is now possible after seven years.


Jesse Lohrke is an experienced Oregon attorney and former OCDLA Board Member. His practice involves providing legal advice and counsel on a wide variety of matters than include child welfare, criminal defense, rights restoration, hunting, firearms and landlord-tenant law. Jesse is a fourth generation Oregonian and a veteran of the United States Navy Submarine Service. He enjoys protecting the rights of people prosecuted by the government and helping clean up criminal records. He believes people deserve a second chance and is passionate about providing that opportunity.

Cherlyn Prescott was previously with the Oregon State Police and used to handle set asides (expungements) there. She is an expert in CJIS.

When ordering this product, you wil receive a confirmation email with the link & password to download your purchase. The product is a zip file, which contains:
–All written materials, including a sample set aside order
–The audio file to listen to
–A Video Read Me memo with instructions on accessing the video.

In Oregon, the total number of approved credits for watching/listening to the recordings plus  purchasing the written material is  1.0 general credits.

The program will also qualify for credit with the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

Consortia and Law Offices wishing multiple licenses, contact OCDLA.