The 8th District Court of Appeals recently reversed a murder conviction based on an error during jury selection.
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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently offered advice to help Ohioans make wise charitable contributions and avoid scams following the devastating flooding in Louisiana.
The federal 6th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that Charles Shorter, a North Central Correctional Institution inmate, was unable to adequately explain a five-year gap between his sentencing and his motion for a delayed appeal.
Just as some Ohio school students return to the classroom for the new academic year, a pair of organizations associated with the Ohio Statehouse are readying a grant program that helps some students pay a visit to the seat of state government.
The University of Toledo announced today that its home-opening football game vs. Maine on Sept. 10 will feature a halftime fireworks show, courtesy of area auto dealerships that are part of the Rockets' Car Coaches Program.
Online Reporting System Leverages Technology to Streamline and Simplify Local Government Transparency
The 1st District Court of Appeals recently affirmed a judgment in favor of a convenience store in a slip-and-fall case out of Cincinnati.
A new firm based in Minneapolis, Minn. aims to tackle rampant alcoholism in the legal profession.
University of Toledo Head Women's Golf Coach Nicole Hollingsworth will serve as the featured speaker at the Dayton American Heart Association's Go Red Goes North luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 8 in Piqua, OH. The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Fort Piqua Plaza Banquet Center on 308 North Main Street.
Ohio hunters are invited to enjoy early waterfowl seasons for Canada goose and teal that begin on Saturday, Sept. 3, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
(Canton) Two people were sentenced to prison for their roles operating a $4.8 million fraud conspiracy involving nearly 1,000 people who resided in Northeast Ohio, said U.S. Attorney Carole S. Rendon and Kathy Enstrom, IRS-Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge.
The United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit recently overturned the forfeiture of a Canal Winchester property after the government failed to prove that it was purchased with drug money.
Some people think a “condo” is a vacation rental property. Others view condos as “super apartments” where the entire property is maintained by someone else. Unfortunately, many people have no clear understanding about what purchasing a condominium really means. The reality is that a condominium is a form of property ownership that has been specifically created by state law and defines ownership, maintenance responsibilities and cost allocations. This article provides an overview of this unique form of real estate ownership.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently directed its staff to prepare a draft amendment to the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct that would clarify the services attorneys can offer clients seeking to comply with the state’s new medical marijuana law.
New research from the Employee Benefit Research Institute outlines what it calls “leakage,” preretirement reductions in defined contribution savings plans such as 401(k)s.
The Ohio Legislature’s minority leadership took steps by way of a legislative measure recently to protect the state’s call center jobs.
The University of Toledo track & field program has added Adrian Ghioroaie to its coaching staff, head coach Linh Nguyen recently announced. Ghioroaie will coach the Rockets in jumps, sprints, hurdles and multi-events.
Ohio lawyers may not ethically provide legal services to a client who is establishing a medical marijuana business because of prohibitions in federal law, the Board of Professional Conduct declared today in an advisory opinion.
Gone are the days when a basic savings account was a practical means of socking away some cash.
(BPT) For parents, sending teens and young adults back to school can be an extremely busy time. Amidst all the back to school season planning and shopping for new clothes and school supplies, health care can sometimes be overlooked. The back to school season is an opportune time for your teen or young adult to get their annual checkup and any recommended vaccines, including those to help protect against meningococcal disease.