The Ohio Supreme Court recently resolved a conflict between two statutes regarding sentencing for repeat offenders who manufacture methamphetamine. One statute imposes a mandatory five-year prison term for the third-degree felony and another caps sentences for all but certain specified third-degree felonies at three years. The Court ruled that the five-year provision takes precedence and applies to an Adams County man’s sentence.
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