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Understanding Medicaid Fraud in Ohio

There are many different ways that a health care practitioner could be found to have committed health care fraud in Ohio. According to the FBI, medical fraud is something that the agency takes seriously. The FBI works with other state and local law enforcement agencies…

June 30, 2016 Read More

The Laws Regarding Convicted Sex Offenders and Social Media Use

The advent of the internet brought many changes into society. As such, many states, including Ohio, have enacted laws limiting convicted sex offenders’ use of the internet during incarceration, and some states have also started to limit usage upon release. Some of the social media…

June 23, 2016 Read More

Aggravated Felony Convictions & the Risk for Deportation

For people without American citizenship living in Ohio and around the country, a conviction of an “aggravated felony,” means they can be deported, regardless of their immigration status. However, according to the American Immigration Council, a range of criminal offenses falls under this particular classification,…

June 16, 2016 Read More

Eyewitness Identification Might Not Be Very Reliable

Eyewitnesses can play a powerful role in the investigation of a crime, but their reliability has become increasingly called into question in Ohio and around the country. In fact, incorrect identification by eyewitnesses is the largest contributor to wrongful convictions, according to USA Today. A…

June 9, 2016 Read More

Social Media and the Fourth Amendment’s Complex Relationship

The Fourth Amendment covers a person’s right of privacy, only allowing law enforcement to search and seize personal belongings under probable cause with a warrant. The advent of many new digital surveillance techniques, including that by the National Security Agency, has led to a debate…

June 1, 2016 Read More

What Is Insider Trading?

You may have heard the term insider trading in the news, on TV, in movies or in some other avenue but not really know exactly what it means. The basic definition is when you buy or sell stocks in Ohio or around the country when…

May 25, 2016 Read More

What You Need to Know About Sexual Consent Apps

The concern over mutual consent has become increasingly at the forefront of many discussions involving campus security in Ohio and the rest of the country. A previous post detailed the complexities involved in affirmative consent. Some tech companies have tried to come to the rescue…

May 18, 2016 Read More

What Is Embezzlement?

Embezzlement is often thought about within the realm of the business world, but it is more complex than just taking money from your employer or a company. According to Cornell University Law School’s Legal Information Institute, if you are placed in a position of trust…

May 12, 2016 Read More

The Challenges Exonerees Face After Exoneration

Exoneration may seem like the ultimate goal for those wrongfully convicted, but life for the exoneree is not always what a person expects. The longer the exoneree was in prison in Ohio and around the country, the more challenges he or she faces upon leaving…

May 4, 2016 Read More

What You Need to Know About Ohio’s New Cyberstalking Law

When a new law takes effect, it is important that citizens and residents know the details of the latest legislature and any impact it may have on their life and rights. Ohio has recently passed a new law regarding cyberstalking that is waiting on the…

April 27, 2016 Read More
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