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Author: Anthony VanNoy

04 December, 2018

Ohio Abolishes Felony Murder

Felony murder has for years plagued defense attorneys and their clients by charging those who did not commit any murder at all with first-degree murder. States that have felony murder laws routinely charge defendants with murder who never fired a gun, drew a…

27 March, 2018

Common Alcohol-Related Crimes for Minors

The use of alcohol for those who are under the age of 21 is illegal, and if a person is caught in the possession of alcohol, they can face criminal consequences as such. But possession of alcohol isn’t the only alcohol-related crime that…

13 March, 2018

The Difference Between Misdemeanor and Felony Crimes in Ohio

Understanding how crimes are classified in the state of Ohio can be confusing, but is something that is especially important to know if you have been charged with a crime. Crimes are primarily divided into two separate categories: misdemeanor and felony crimes. From…

30 January, 2018

How Is a DUI Crime Defined in Ohio?

The first thing to know about getting a DUI in Ohio is that the state doesn’t call the crime of drinking and driving a DUI. OVI, or operating a vehicle under the influence, is the language that is used. The second thing to…

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