C. P. v. Librande

Summarized by:

  • Court: Oregon Court of Appeals
  • Area(s) of Law: Appellate Procedure
  • Date Filed: 09-30-2015
  • Case #: A157880
  • Judge(s)/Court Below: Per Curiam
  • Full Text Opinion

Appellants have the responsibility to provide the appellate court with a sufficient record of the trial court proceeding. Absent a transcript of a trial proceeding, the appellate court may not have enough factual information to judge the appeal.

Librande appealed a final stalking protective order and judgment. He argued that there was insufficient evidence to support the judgment. The Court held it was Librande's responsibility to provide an appellate record sufficient for the Court to determine whether the trial erred in its judgment. Librande was granted leave to proceed without a transcript of the trial court proceedings. Absent the transcript, there was not a complete record of the evidence supporting the judgment so it is not possible for the Court to decide whether that evidence relied upon was sufficient for the judgment. Appeal dismissed.

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