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    • Ohio Lawmakers vote to ban "R-word"

      This past week members of the Ohio House of Representatives unanimously voted to remove the “R-word” from all state laws. Rather than use the outdated and controversial term “mental retardation”, HB ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • Controversial Sex Offender Law Being Challenged

      An Indiana state law that prevents sexual offenders from entering school buildings will be challenged in court. The basis of the lawsuit argues the law inhibits certain individuals from the right to ...

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    • Attorney Ashley Witte Dawson Selected to Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ List of 2018

      We at the Law Firm of Bleile & Dawson are thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Ashley Witte Dawson has been selected to the Super Lawyer® Rising Stars™ List of 2018. This exciting accomplishment ...

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    • Pistol Packing Granny

      Readers of this blog may recall the discussion of concealed carry reform in December of last year. It seems the issue regarding the Second Amendment has arisen in Ohio once again. The discussion this ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • Overdose Reversal Drug to Be Available Over-the-Counter

      This past Thursday the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy passed an emergency regulation which will allow pharmacists to provide Naloxone without a prescription. This measure comes in the wake of an ...

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    • Kentucky Legislation Intends to Fight Heroin Epidemic

      On Tuesday night, the Kentucky General Assembly voted to enact legislation designed to fight the growing heroin epidemic. The bill, known as Senate Bill 192, is designed to perform two critical ...

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    • New Expungement Legislation Allows for Peace of Mind

      Once upon a time Ohio was one of the few States in the Country to prevent expungement of any kind. However, with expanded efforts in rehabilitation and improvements in the effectiveness of Ohio’s ...

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    • New KY Law Allows Expungement of Class D Felony Convictions

      A newly-signed bill in Kentucky will now allow individuals with certain Class D felony convictions to have their criminal records cleared five years after completing their sentence. Signed by Kentucky ...

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    • New KY Law Allows Expungement of Class D Felony Convictions

      A newly-signed bill in Kentucky will now allow individuals with certain Class D felony convictions to have their criminal records cleared five years after completing their sentence. Signed by Kentucky ...

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    • Pistol Packing Granny

      Readers of this blog may recall the discussion of concealed carry reform in December of last year. It seems the issue regarding the Second Amendment has arisen in Ohio once again. The discussion this ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • Attorney Ashley Witte Dawson Selected to Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ List of 2018

      We at the Law Firm of Bleile & Dawson are thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Ashley Witte Dawson has been selected to the Super Lawyer® Rising Stars™ List of 2018. This exciting accomplishment ...

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    • Attorney Dawson Selected to 2017 Kentucky Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠

      Every year, the nationally-acclaimed organization Super Lawyers® strives to find the very best attorneys across the country and in multiple fields of practice. Bleile & Dawson is excited to announce ...

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    • Connect with Bleile & Dawson

      Marked by skill, tact, and accomplishment, the legal team at Bleile & Dawson is committed to providing top-caliber criminal defense services for a wide range of cases. Together, our Cincinnati ...

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    • The Lawyer Dog Decision

      An appeal in a Louisiana Supreme Court case was denied recently, which may seem like a normal day to day experience, however the opinion caught our eye. The Louisiana case turns on the issue of ...

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    • Pistol Packing Granny

      Readers of this blog may recall the discussion of concealed carry reform in December of last year. It seems the issue regarding the Second Amendment has arisen in Ohio once again. The discussion this ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

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    • Minor Representation

      An elementary school in Southwest Ohio had suspicions of an alleged wrongdoing by one of their 6-year-old students, so they decided to question the boy directly before contacting his parents. The ...

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    • New KY Law Allows Expungement of Class D Felony Convictions

      A newly-signed bill in Kentucky will now allow individuals with certain Class D felony convictions to have their criminal records cleared five years after completing their sentence. Signed by Kentucky ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Controversial Sex Offender Law Being Challenged

      An Indiana state law that prevents sexual offenders from entering school buildings will be challenged in court. The basis of the lawsuit argues the law inhibits certain individuals from the right to ...

      Read More
    • App Allows Users to Hide Secrets and Texts

      Users of smartphones have now found a new way of “sexting” without fear of a parent or significant other finding out. A search in either the Google or Apple stores will reveal hundreds of applications ...

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    • Leaked Photos Lead to High School Controversy

      Local students have found themselves in hot water over allegations regarding nude photos of fellow classmates circulating via cell phones. These allegations have led to a criminal investigation by an ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • Ohio Lawmakers vote to ban "R-word"

      This past week members of the Ohio House of Representatives unanimously voted to remove the “R-word” from all state laws. Rather than use the outdated and controversial term “mental retardation”, HB ...

      Read More