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9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON

10 FOR THE COUNTY OF BAKER

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THE STATE OF OREGON ) Case No. 09-725
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Plaintiff, ) CIVIL COMPROMISE
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BRIAN COLE, )
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Defendant. )
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This Compromise Agreement is made between the defendant, Brian Cole, and
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the allegedly-injured party, I in the above-captioned case. The
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defendant and the allegedly-injured party agree as follows:
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1. Defendant was charged with two counts of Providing Liquor to a Person
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Under 21 Years of Age (ORS 471.410) and four counts of Sex Abuse in the Third
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22 Degree (ORS 163.415) (hereinafter 'the incidents') that allegedly took place between

23 January 1, 2009 and October 31, 2009, in Baker County, Oregon.

24 2. The allegedly-injured party acknowledges that she has received satisfaction

25 for the injuries incurred from the incidents. The allegedly-injured party and the
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defendant understand that the dismissal of the criminal charge pursuant to this civil
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compromise agreement will bar further prosecution for these crimes.
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3. The allegedly-injured party and the defendant understand that the dismissal
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4 of the criminal charges pursuant to the civil compromise agreement will bar further

5 prosecution for the same crimes.

6 4. The allegedly-injured party and the defendant understand that only the court

7 has the power to dismiss the case pursuant to this civil compromise agreement.

8 5. The allegedly-injured party acknowledges that she consents to a dismissal of


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the defendant's criminal charge pursuant to this civil compromise agreement.
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6. The allegedly-injured party is represented in this matter by La Grande
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attorney Brent Smith. She understands the legal consequences of entering into this
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agreement and has no further questions of Mr. Smith concerning the legal effect of this
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agreement.
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9. The allegedly-injured party and defendant acknowledge that this civil
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compromise agreement of three pages is freely, voluntarily, and intelligently adopted.
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17 10. Neither the defendant nor the allegedly-injured party acknowledges any

18 liability by entering into this agreement. The defendant and allegedly-injured party

19 acknowledge that this civil compromise agreeme.nt is intended to compromise a

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21 11. The allegedly-injured party agrees to release the defendant and the
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from any of the incidents set forth in the charging instrument in this case that allegedly
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occurred between January 1, 2009, and October 31,2009.
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11. acknowledges satisfaction for any damage done to her as
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the result of any and all allegations set forth in the charging instrument in this case. She
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is specifically asking this court to dismiss this case and she does not want this
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prosecution to proceed further.
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Injured Party
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Brian Cole, Defendant Date
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