A Law dot com news feed article: “Skadden Associate, Herself a Rape Victim, Dives into Akin Fray,” by Brian Baxter, Am Law Daily, 8/22/12, got me wondering about Oregon’s law:
“…. Prewitt says that 31 states have not yet adopted special laws that restrict the ability of rapists to assert their custodian and visitation rights to a child born through rape. The other 19 states—Delaware, Oregon, and Pennsylvania have added protections since the publication of Prewitt’s law review article in 2010—have laws that restrict the access of rapists to the children they fathered….” [Link to full Law dot com article.]
If you search the ORS (Oregon Revised Statutes) Index, under Sex Offenses-Rape, you will be referred to these sections, which today read as follows, but please, talk to an attorney if you need legal advice!