Oregon should overhaul handling of insanity defendants, state official says

PORTLAND — The state of Oregon needs to overhaul the way it handles people found guilty except for insanity and better track what happens to them once they are released from state jurisdiction, the head of the agency that supervises such defendants said.

In an interview, Alison Bort, executive director of the Oregon Psychiatric . . .

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