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BAILEY v. LAMPERT
The issue in this case is whether petitioner's convictions for being a felon in possession of a firearm must be set aside because the predicate conviction on which his status as a felon was based was overturned three years after the felon-in-possession convictions. The trial court set aside the felon in possession convictions, but the Court of Appeals reversed. Bailey v. Lampert, 203 Or App 45, 125 P3d 771 (2005). Court allowed review and now affirm the decision of the Court of Appeals.

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