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Annually Contracted Providers

Please note OPDC has modified this form to include the autogenerated data field "Contractor ID."  - January 19, 2024


Complete this f​orm to notify OPDC when an attorney is vacating their position under a contract.​​

Please note OPDC has modified this form to include:
1. The autogenerated data field "Contractor ID."  - January 19, 2024
2. “Reached Monthly MAC” as a Reason(s) for Shutoff –  January 25, 2024


Complete this​ form to notify OPDC when a contractor is unable to accept all or some appointments.​

Hourly Providers

Other Forms

T​his form is for civil attorneys who would like to participate in the Supervised Civil Attorney Program.

This form is for current public defense providers who are interested in receiving assistance with a case through the Supervised Civil Attorney Program.​ ​

Use this form when seeking a legal consultation regarding possible immigration consequences to non-citizen clients. Information submitted on this referral form is confidential. OPDC will not disclose referral information except as necessary to make it available to the Immigrant Rights Project. This service is available to court-appointed counsel to aid them in satisfying their obligations as established in Padilla v. Kentucky.

The Oregon Public Defense Commission​ does not manage these consultations. Questions should be directed to J.J. Rollin or Erin McKee at:

Oregon Justice Resource Center
Immigrant Rights Project
jjrollin@ojrc.info
emckee@ojrc.info
503.944.2270

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​The Forensic Justice Project is a nonprofit organization in Oregon that was created to help attorneys in criminal and juvenile cases understand and challenge faulty or misleading forensic evidence, or develop sound scientific evidence where appropriate. FJP generally partners with lead counsel to address the forensic issues in the case. FJP may also provide direct representation to defendants asserting factual innocence in post-conviction DNA-related cases.

To get the help you need from FJP, please be sure that you fall within one of the categories below.

We work with:

  1. Attorneys who
    • represent a defendant,
    • in a criminal case pending in Oregon, whether pre-trial, appeal, or post-conviction, and
    • need help with a forensic issue.
  2. Individuals who
    • have been convicted of a criminal offense in Oregon,​
    • are claiming factual innocence, and​

Information submitted on this referral form is confidential. OPDC will not disclose the information except as necessary to make it available to the Forensic Justice Project.

The Oregon Public Defense Commission​ does not manage these consultations. Questions should be directed to Janis Puracal at:

Forensic Justice Project
jpuracal@forensicjusticeproject.org

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Contact Information

Business Services
198 Commercial St SE, Suite # 205
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503.378.2478 
 
Requests for preauthorization of case support services expenses may be emailed to the CSS department

Attorney Certifications for both capital and non-capital cases should be emailed to Attorney Qualifications