Oregon voters approved Ballot Measure 11 in November 1994 to apply mandatory minimum prison sentences to certain crimes against persons committed on or after April 1, 1995, with no possibility for any reduction in sentence, such as for good behavior. 

Measure 11 also mandates that juveniles age 15 and older, charged with the felonies listed above, be tried as adults.

The crimes that fall under Measure 11 and the mandatory minimum sentence they carry are as follows:

No probation, parole or early release.

Years

Months

  • Pornographic Exploitation of a Child
  • Compelling Prostitution

5

10

  • Sexual Abuse I
  • Unlawful Sexual Penetration II
  • Sodomy II
  • Rape II
  • Manslaughter II

6

3

  • Arson I with Threat of Serious Injury
  • Robbery I
  • Kidnapping I
  • Assault I
  • Conspiracy to Commit Murder
  • Attempted Murder

7

6

  • Unlawful Sexual Penetration I
  • Sodomy I
  • Rape I

8

4

  • Manslaughter I
  • Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Murder
  • Attempted Aggravated Murder

10

0

  • Murder

25

0

  • Aggravated Murder

30

Life

THESE 3 MEASURE 11 CRIMES WILL PROBABLY SEND YOU TO PRISON AND YOU MIGHT STAY THERE FOR:

YRS

MOS

  • Robbery II
  • Assault II
  • Kidnapping II

5

10

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