Drug Testing: The Eyes Have It

Here's how the pupillometer works for drug testing. First, a baseline reading is done while a person is sober. This is stored for later comparison for when they are suspected of substance abuse. Read More
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Ohio OVI: Police are Drug Experts

With a new Ohio OVI supreme court ruling in effect, the police get more power. The testimony of one officer is now enough evidence in an Ohio OVI case to reach a guilty verdict. Read More
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Can Ohio Lawyers Get Medical Marijuana Legally?

Since Ohio legalized medical marijuana on September 8, 2016, lawyers have been wrestling with what they can and cannot do as it relates to providing professional services to Ohio medical marijuana patients, and the businesses that will serve them. Oh… Read More
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What is Ohio's New Law on Medical Marijuana?

Ohio’s new law on medical marijuana went into effect on September 8, 2016. The law created an advisory committee that will oversee the rules, standards, and procedures for growing and selling marijuana in Ohio. The committee will also establish… Read More
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Backpage Owner Prostitution Sting

Columbus Criminal Defense Attorney article about a prostitution sting expanding to other states. Now Backpage.com itself is being targeted by Police. Read More
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Ohio State Highway Patrol Tweets: Don't Pokemon and Drive!

Pokemon Go. Just when police thought cell phones were distracting enough. The country is crazing over this app game that lets people use their phones to “locate” pokemon all around their cities in important spots. People are addicted to trying to… Read More
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Categories: Ohio Legal News

Columbus Prostitution Arrests: Police Sweep West Side

Columbus police have been conducting targeted sweeps along the west side of Columbus, Ohio in the past few weeks. In one sweep that happened the first week of July, police arrested 43 women and 24 men in a sweep that lasted two days. The sweep center… Read More
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Ohio Attorney General Addresses Illegal Use of Drug Fentanyl

Overdoses from the opioid drug fentanyl is on the rise in Ohio. Fentanyl has been in the news recently as the drug that killed Prince, and the growing numbers of people across the country who are abusing this drug is shining a further spotlight on it… Read More
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President Obama Proposes More Drug Treatment Money for Ohio

In 2014, Ohio was one of the five states that suffered the highest death toll from drug overdoses. Other states with high overdose rates included West Virginia, New Mexico, New Hampshire, and Kentucky. President Obama noted in particular that more pe… Read More
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Categories: Ohio Legal News

Ohio Court Information: City of Delaware Municipal Court

What Types of Cases Does the City of Delaware Municipal Court in Ohio Handle? The Municipal Court in Delaware, Ohio handles traffic and criminal cases as well as civil cases. It does not handle federal cases. Where is the Delaware, Ohio Municipal Co… Read More
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A person with two felony convictions can apply after four years. If convicted of three, four, or five felonies, the person must wait 5 years. Another change under Ohio's new Expungement Law is that a person can apply to seal an unlimited number o… Read More