Recent Posts in Criminal Defense

  • 22-Mar-2017

    Should Registered Offenders Tweet?

    Once again the information age is upon us and with the advent of social media, the lives of many have changed completely. What used to be conveyed by word of mouth or through a written letter is now widely broadcasted using social media sites such as ...
  • 17-Feb-2017

    Big Sister May Be Watching

    To say that we live in the age of technology and information would be an understatement. The average person is constantly bombarded with information and whether they realize it or not, is constantly sending information out as well. Whenever we wake ...
  • 16-Dec-2016

    Concealed Carry Reform

    College Students in Ohio may soon be finding the Second Amendment in more places than their textbooks. A bill has passed the Ohio State Senate which will allow the practice of concealed carry of firearms on campuses as well as other previously ...
  • 19-Sep-2016

    Trouble in Paradise

    A newly married couple is quickly learning marriage may not be all it is cracked up to be. In this case, the couple has been accused of incest. The two were married earlier this year and were recently arrested. Each is now being held on a $10,000.00 ...
  • 23-Jun-2016

    Adventures in Babysitting

    It is always infuriating when someone else drinks the last of your alcohol without permission. A babysitter in Utah discovered this feeling of disappointment recently when the last of her vodka was consumed by someone other than herself. Typically, ...
  • 22-Jun-2016

    Helicopter Parents

    The traditional meaning of a helicopter parent is one that many already know. In the case of those who are unaware of the meaning, a helicopter parent is one who hovers and feverishly watches over his or her child to the extent of continually ...
  • 20-Jun-2016

    Thirty Nine going on Seventy Three

    Most people would do anything for their mother. However, sometimes the favor may turn out to be more than the person bargained for. One Canadian daughter discovered this truth on her own when her mother recently requested something that goes above ...
  • 9-Jun-2016

    Finding A Higher Power

    The Churchgoers at a local place of worship received more than they bargained for after a recent weekly service. Several members of the congregation, ranging from ages twelve to seventy, became ill after ingesting cookies which apparently contained ...
  • 23-May-2016

    Frisky Business

    What many would call a senior prank, others are calling a crime. This past week a student from the Cincinnati Public School District posted a fake letter to Facebook stating all students were required to undergo “mandatory penis and vaginal ...
  • 29-Sep-2015

    High school students use social media for intimidation

    In an apparent lapse of judgment, two teens are experiencing legal trouble after being accused of posting threatening messages via social media. The teens are charged with inducing panic, and in addition are facing a school suspension. Although ...
  • 4-Aug-2015

    Local Man Shoots Drone Out of Sky

    A Kentucky man has been arrested after shooting down a civilian drone circling his home. A Hillview man, as well as some neighbors, witnessed the drone flying over their properties and hovering in the sky. Shortly thereafter, the man grabbed his ...
  • 17-Jun-2015

    The Duggars: Did They Do Too Little?

    Over the past several weeks, the Duggar family has encountered its fair share of unwanted publicity. According to a newly discovered police report, Josh Duggar, now twenty-seven years old and the oldest child in TLC’s television show Nineteen ...
  • 20-Apr-2015

    Wrongly Imprisoned Ohio Men Receive Compensation

    After spending decades in prison, two wrongly accused and convicted brothers as well as their childhood friend are finally receiving some good news. The three men will receive more than $1.6 million dollars from the State of Ohio for wrongful ...
  • 23-Mar-2015

    4th Amendment Violation Leads to Arrest

    In a recent appellate decision, a federal court has held that a former elementary school teacher is entitled to sue a police officer for false arrest. This stems from allegations by a seven year old that the counselor and child behavior specialist ...
  • 11-Feb-2015

    Police Find Value in Wearing Personal Cameras

    Likely stemming from controversial police decisions in the past year, the Bellevue Police Department has begun researching the use of body cameras on its officers. If the department implements this policy, it will join the likes of the Cincinnati ...
  • 4-Dec-2014

    Selfie Leads to Suspect's Apprehension

    While many people today find that posting their favorite selfie to social media is a harmless and fun way to share with their friends, a Delhi Township man found out the hard way that doing so while committing a crime will have consequences. The ...
  • 24-Nov-2014

    Felony Court Helps Struggling Veterans Achieve a New Life

    In a society where addiction and mental illnesses run rampant, yet are often overlooked by those who are not burdened by the everyday harsh realities associated with these issues, Veterans have found themselves struggling to cope. However, Veterans ...
  • 3-Nov-2014

    Man Contacts Probation Officer Regarding Marijuana

    A Georgia man has found himself back in prison after accidentally sending his probation officer a text message concerning marijuana. After the text was received by the probation officer, agents raided the man's home and discovered he was in ...
  • 20-Oct-2014

    Snapchat Breach May Lead to Leak of Child Pornography

    In what seems to be an increasingly modern trend, hackers are claiming to have obtained thousands of private pictures and videos sent via the popular cell phone app, Snapchat. To those of you who are unaware, Snapchat is a media based application ...
  • 3-Sep-2014

    Mother Turns Over 13-year-old Daughter to Police for 'Sexting'.

    A Virginia mother causes quite the controversy when she decided to turn her 13-year-old daughter over to police. The mother decided to go through her daughter's cellphone and tablet after she suspected her daughter of using the technology to do ...
  • 14-Aug-2014

    Cincinnati Police Officers to Be Equipped with Personal Cameras

    In what seems to be a response to the unarmed killing of a teenager in Missouri this past week, the Cincinnati police department has announced that officers in District 3 will be equipping their uniforms with personal cameras. District 3 officers ...
  • 7-Jul-2014

    Supreme Court Hands Down Decision on Cell Phone Warrants

    On Wednesday, June 25, 2014, the Supreme Court handed down their decision on whether or not a warrant is required to search through an individual's cellphone. The Court made a unanimous decision that police must first get a warrant in order to ...
  • 27-Jun-2014

    Supreme Court Rules on Another Gun Law

    In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that individuals could not buy a firearm solely for the purpose of giving it to someone else. The Court stressed that this decision would help stop "sham" buyers from ...
  • 22-May-2014

    Fugitive Wanted in Clermont County for Failing to Provide a Change of Address

    As of May 15, 2014, a man is wanted in Clermont County for failing to provide a change of address. The individual is a registered sex offender due to a conviction in 2000 of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Thus, as a convicted sex offender he ...

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