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The Ohio Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that changes what drivers must provide at the time of an accident.

On March 22, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued a public health directive that ordered all non-essential Ohio employees must

Many courthouses across Ohio have suspended or limited operations in response to the ongoing Coronavirus situation. This has left many

The Tenth District Ohio Court of Appeals in Columbus recently upheld a Franklin County Municipal Court judge’s decision throwing out

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Generally, a roommate can give police permission to search the areas of a home or apartment that he or she

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While on patrol, police officers are on the look out for a variety of traffic violations that can lead to

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Written by Anthony Iori, Riddell Law Associate The Ohio Court of Appeals upheld a motion to suppress evidence when it found

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The City of Columbus is introducing a diversion program for people charged with theft offenses from larger stores such as

The Tenth District Court of Appeals in Columbus upheld a Franklin County Municipal Court judge’s decision to throw out an