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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Month: April 2020

In police custody, silence is your friend

You probably understand that police must read you your rights after they place you under arrest and before they question you. These are your Miranda rights, a nickname that refers to the U.S. Supreme Court case that decided some of the rules for police interrogation....

What’s the purpose of drug court?

It used to be quite common for Ohio drug crimes defendants to sentenced to long prison terms if they've been convicted of such offenses. No one used to care if a defendant got the help that they needed to kick their substance abuse habit. A lot has changed in recent...

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