SPEEDING TICKET THROWN OUT: RADAR EVIDENCE FAULTY & VISUAL OBSERVATION OF SPEED NOT ENOUGH TO CONVICT The Ohio Court of
The Ohio Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that significantly changed the Ohio Revised Code Section for “Marked Lanes” violations
Police Search Car After Issuing Traffic Citation Warning, Prolonging Stop By Walking Two Canines Around the Vehicle; Passenger Charged with
Ohio has laid out certain rules and guidelines for filing an application to have a criminal conviction sealed or expunged.
Many know that laws are generally prohibited from restricting religious beliefs. But sometimes situations arise where religious beliefs are at
Many understand that not following a court order for child support payments can lead to criminal charges. But can people
The Franklin County Court of Appeals threw out a conviction for possession of drugs when it found that police officers
The Ohio Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that changes what drivers must provide at the time of an accident.
Many drivers throughout Ohio are facing issues as the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) has significantly reduced its operations
On March 22, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued a public health directive that ordered all non-essential Ohio employees must