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Clearing the Record: Marijuana Misdemeanors and Legalization

When your marijuana misdemeanor is no longer a crime, should …

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Cellphone Tracking Case Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

Does the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement apply when the government …

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When Answering “I Don’t Remember” Can Get You Indicted: The Case of Michael Flynn

On January 24, 2017, the scene was set for the …

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Update: The StingRay in Criminal Investigations

New technologies result in drastic changes in the methods law …

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Money Laundering and Paul Manafort

Last week, President Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was indicted …

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Reducing Wrongful Convictions Begins with Better Police Practices

A recent survey by the Ohio Innocent Project found that, …

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Stand Your Ground Returns to Ohio Statehouse

A new Stand Your Ground bill has made its way …

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Dark Web Busts: Government Entrapment or a Brilliant Sting?

The recent takedown of dark web drug markets AlphaBay and …

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Department of Justice to Issue New Directive on Forfeitures

  Attorney General Jeff Session announced on Monday that the …

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Law Banning Sex Offenders from Facebook is Unconstitutional

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled a North Carolina law …

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The Tiger Woods D.U.I. Case: Analysis Under Ohio Law

During the early morning hours of Memorial Day, Tiger Woods …

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Obstruction of Justice and The White House

Currently, there appears to be two separate legal investigations happening …

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