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Ohio Gun Laws
December 8, 2020 | Ohio Law
If you plan to own or possess a gun in Ohio, you need to understand Ohio gun laws. Even though you are guaranteed by the Second Amendment the right to own a gun, Ohio state laws govern gun ownership and rights within the state. You might be able to openly carry a gun in Ohio,… read more
What Does it Mean to Be an Accessory Before or After a Crime?
November 16, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Helping someone commit a crime or get away with committing a crime is a criminal offense. To be an accessory, you do not need to make a plan in advance to help the person commit a crime. You also do not need to know that crime might occur or be present for the commission of… read more
6 Things to Consider When Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer
November 12, 2020 | Criminal Defense
If you are facing criminal charges in Cincinnati, obtaining high quality legal representation is what should be at the forefront of your mind. You need to hire a top-notch criminal defense lawyer to handle your case. This can understandably seem like a daunting task, especially during what is likely a highly stressful and difficult time. … read more
Is There a Difference Between a Lawyer and an Attorney?
November 4, 2020 | Criminal Defense
We have gotten used to using the terms “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably. We loosely refer to lawyers and attorneys as those legal professionals who are licensed to practice law within a given state. However there is a slight difference between the two terms. Though the distinction is not important to some, it becomes important when… read more
Do I Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer to Fight Misdemeanor Charges?
November 3, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Like every other state, Ohio has clear laws and guidelines related to misdemeanors and the penalties a person receives if they are convicted of one. While misdemeanors are certainly less serious than felonies which carry longer prison sentences and heavier fines, if convicted of a misdemeanor you could still face significant jail time and have… read more
Is it Legal to Own a Pet Sloth in Ohio?
September 30, 2020 | Ohio Law
People love all different types of animals. Some people are cat lovers, while other people prefer dogs. Some people may prefer snakes or chickens as pets. Domesticated animals are legal as pets in Ohio. However, most wild animals and exotic animals are banned as pets in Ohio. There are good reasons for banning exotic animals… read more
Many Arrested for Breaking into at Least 15 UDF Stores Across Hamilton County
September 24, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Cincinnati police officers arrested the man suspected of breaking into United Dairy Farmers Stores throughout Hamilton County. Jerome Parker allegedly burglarized more than 15 United Dairy Farmers Stores between 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. District 3 police officers searched for Parker’s white Honda CRV, which had also been used in several cigarette breaking and entering… read more
Arrests Made After Drugs, Weapons Seized in Roselawn
September 16, 2020 | Drug Crimes
Police conducted a search that resulted in seizing 12 firearms, cash, and drugs and arresting two individuals. Law enforcement officials seized fentanyl, cocaine, and $37,000 along with the firearms. The two people arrested were 23-year-old Kelsey Klopp and 34-year-old Yancy White. White is in jail on a $100,000 bond at the Hamilton County Jail. Klopp… read more
5 Things to Remember If You’re up Against False Accusations in Court
September 10, 2020 | Criminal Defense
False accusations can have serious consequences in both criminal and civil cases and are leveled regularly by individuals seeking to get custody of children. Individuals also make false accusations in cases regarding domestic violence, sexual harassment in the workplace, and other cases where clear evidence might be lacking. If you have been hit with false… read more
6 Questions You Should Ask During Interactions with the Police
September 2, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Being stopped by police can be a frightening experience. Even when you know you have done nothing wrong, you can begin to feel nervous, your hands might start to sweat, and you might even stutter or stumble over your words. While it is admirable to want to help police do their jobs effectively by answering… read more