Oregon v. Rideout
Significance, Does Marriage Mean Consent?, No Help From Friends . . ., Lose One, Win Some
State of Oregon
John J. Rideout
That the defendant was guilty of first-degree rape.
Chief Lawyer for Plaintiff
Gary D. Gortmaker
Chief Defense Lawyer
Dates of Decision
27 December 1978
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- Packard v. Packard, 27 FAM LQ 515 (1864).
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