Measure 11 is a ballot measure passed by the voters that became law April 1, 1995. It is also known as "One Strike You're Out."
ORS137.707 Adult prosecution of 15, 16, or 17 year old offenders: mandatory minimum sentences.
If a youth is 15, 16 or 17 and commits and is charged with any of the crimes identified as Measure 11, they will be prosecuted as an adult in criminal court.
ORS 137.705: A person charged with a crime under ORS 137.707 who is 16 or 17 years of age shall be detained in custody in a jail or other place where adults are detained subject to release on the same terms and conditions as for adults.
A person 15, would be detained in the Juvenile Detention center until they turn 16.
The law requires mandatory minimum prison sentences to be served:
Murders defined in ORS 163.115 - 300 months
Attempt or conspiracy to commit
Murder ORS 163.095 - 120 months
Manslaughter I - 120 months
Manslaughter II - 75 months
Assault I - 90 months
Assault II - 70 months
Kidnapping I - 90 months
Kidnapping II - 70 months
Rape I - 100 months
Rape II - 75 months
Sodomy I - 100 months
Sodomy II - 75 months
Unlawful Sexual Penetration I - 100 months
Unlawful Sexual Penetration II - 75 months
Sexual Abuse I - 75 months
Robbery I - 90 months
Robbery II - 70 months
Arson I - 90 months
Using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct - 70 months
Compelling Prostitution - 70 months