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We have discussed anonymous tips in prior posts.  An anonymous caller tips the police to a potential drunk driver, often

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Officer Alleges that Defendant Obstructed Official Business By Delaying Car From Being Towed  An officer arrived at the scene of

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Driver Pulled Over for Suspected OVI – Agrees to HGN Eye Test An officer began following a vehicle after seeing

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Recently, the Ohio Supreme Court decided a groundbreaking case in the area of OVI law.  In Cincinnati v. Ilg, Slip

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Ohio’s disorderly conduct statute generally prohibits acting or speaking in an offensive way to another person.  However, the U.S.Constitution protects

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This case demonstrates the importance of attention to detail and knowledge of Ohio traffic law in defending a traffic case.

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In this case, police were conducting a “knock and talk” to discuss suspected drugs in the home.  The police did

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Police generally need either a warrant or “reasonable suspicion” that a crime or traffic violation has occurred to pull over

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