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What Is Ohio's Menacing by Stalking Law?
What Is Ohio's Menacing by Stalking Law?

On an early August morning, a man walked up to a porch of a sorority house at Kent State University. Allegedly he was nude and holding a phone up to his face, seeming to be on some sort of social media platform on his cell phone. The house’s doorbell camera caught the ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

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    Many states have enacted what are referred to as Red Flag laws. Under these types of measures, if specific people believe that an individual who ...

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    With about 96% of Americans owning cell phones , these devices have become a necessary modern convenience. Although many individuals have them, ...

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    A mayor’s court is an establishment that hears cases for traffic offenses and minor misdemeanors that do not result in jail time. Whereas in a ...

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    Unfortunately, for various reasons, marriages can end. Because you and your spouse may have had children together, purchased a house, shared finances, ...

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    The statute of limitations is the amount of time a prosecutor has to file charges against an individual accused of committing an offense. The court ...

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    Generally defined, conspiracy is the act of planning to carry out a criminal offense with one or more other people. Even if the individuals involved ...

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    Because each state has its own laws regarding when a couple can file for a divorce , these types of proceedings may be difficult if one of the spouses ...

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    Although Ohio does not have a specific law that prohibits an individual convicted of domestic violence from owning a firearm, federal law does. Two ...

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