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Atkinson v. Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision, 143 P.3d 538 (Or. 2006) (definition of “substantial question of law” for statutory purposes)

Commonwealth v. Adkins, 331 S.W.3d 260 (Ky. 2011) (innocent possession of drugs)

State v. Angell, 113 P.3d 988 (Or. App. 2005) (prosecution concedes defendant’s sentence was excessive)

Applegate v. Commonwealth, 299 S.W.3d 266 (Ky. 2009) (double jeopardy and indictment, verdict form particularity)

Baker v. Commonwealth, 320 S.W.3d 699 (Ky. App. 2010) (police informant’s background inadmissible)

State v. Bales, 183 P.3d 228 (Or. App. 2008) (per curiam) (state concedes officer lacked reasonable suspicion to stop defendant)

State v. Barber, 147 P.3d 915 (Or. App. 2006) (warrantless collection of DNA not unconstitutional)

State v. Bates, 125 P.3d 42 (Or. App. 2005) (defendant lawfully ordered to wear stun belt at trial)

Bowling v. Commonwealth, 357 S.W.3d 462 (Ky. 2010) (post-conviction DNA testing in capital cases)

State v. Buck, 174 P.3d 1106 (Or. App. 2007) (trial court erred by failing to impose Measure 11 sentence)

State v. Burke, 178 P.3d 311 (Or. App. 2008) (no written jury waiver; state concedes error)

State v. Campbell, 142 P.3d 517 (Or. App. 2006) (trial court erred by failing to suppressevidence despite defendant’s consent)

State v. Chatelain, 188 P.3d 325 (Or. App. 2008) (prosecution failed to prove corpus delicti of second-degree burglary)

Cochran v. Commonwealth, 315 S.W.3d 325 (Ky. 2010) (definition of a “person” in penal code)

State v. Conklin, 162 P.3d 364 (Or. App. 2007) (prosecution failed to prove all elements of delivery within 1000 feet of a school statute)

State v. Crocker, 174 P.3d 1129 (Or App. 2007) (aggravating sentencing factor not unconstitutionally vague)

State v. Dave, 176 P.3d 424 (Or App. 2008) (state concedes unconstitutional burden shifting in drug case)

State v. Delcurto, 218 P.3d 172 (Or. App. 2009) (criminally negligent homicide merges with second-degree manslaughter)

State v. Drew, 72 P.3d 1064 (Or. App. 2003) (state concedes defendant’s sentence was excessive)