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The Public Defense Services Commission is an independent body that governs the Office of Public Defense Services and appoints its Executive Director. The Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court appoints the seven Commission members. The Commission's primary charge is to establish "a public defense system that ensures the provision of public defense services in the most cost efficient manner consistent with the Oregon Constitution, the United States Constitution and Oregon and national standards of justice."
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