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A man classified as a sexual offender under Ohio's Megan's Law cannot be convicted of a felony under the Adam Walsh Act, the 12th District Court of Appeals recently ruled.
The premise of House Bill 131 isn't new, but Rep. Terry Johnson said its enactment is crucial.
A 12th District Court of Appeals panel ruled Monday, April 22nd, that a trial court was not obligated to instruct a jury on lesser-included offenses after finding the evidence did not support any lesser crimes.
A bill focused on the continuation of the state's Enterprise Zone program is on the legislative fast track.
A defendant cannot be charged with escape if he or she was not under detention, as defined by the Ohio Revised Code, at the time of the alleged offense, the 5th District Court of Appeals recently ruled.
School officials in Lake City, Arkansas have come up with a novel solution to the fight over prayer at graduation:
A 10th District Court of Appeals panel ruled on Tuesday, April 16th, that a man is entitled to resentencing after his trial court failed to make proper findings.
A 10th District Court of Appeals panel recently ruled that a man's conviction for assaulting his wife's hair stylist was supported by sufficient evidence.
A 12th District Court of Appeals panel recently affirmed a lower court's judgment that a home using a non-compliant household sewage disposal system was a public health nuisance.
A 4th District Court of Appeals panel recently ruled that a man's burglary conviction was properly supported by testimony from his former girlfriend that he had admitted to selling her stolen goods.
Ohio House Speaker William Batchelder and Rep. Terry Johnson are sponsoring a resolution requesting President Barack Obama, Congress and the U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs to take immediate action to reduce the processing time for veterans' disability benefit claims.
A 3rd District Court of Appeals panel has reversed a lower court's ruling on a Miranda Rights case.
Rep. Bill Patmon, D-Cleveland, is pushing for the passage of a bill to regulate residential construction contractors.
Reps. Matt Lundy, D-Elyria, and Ron Maag, R-Lebanon, have partnered to back a bill that would regulate, rather than ban, Internet cafes across the state.
NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament games at University of Dayton Arena in March pumped $10.85 million into the local economy, according to data released by the Dayton/Montgomery County Convention & Visitors Bureau. That figure is nearly $3 million more than the bureau's estimate prior to the tournament.
Blake is a student at Wright State University conducting graduate-level research on batteries in hopes of producing a super battery that can provide nearly inexhaustible power to electric cars, laptop computers, cellphones and other equipment that require energy storage devices.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The University of Dayton women’s rowing team finished off the 2013 season at the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia Saturday.
University of Dayton Head Coach Mike Tucker and his staff have finalized the non-conference portion of the 2013 women’s soccer schedule which features matchups against teams from the America East, Big East, Big Ten, Horizon, Mid-American, Southeastern and Sunbelt Conferences.
The Supreme Court of Ohio ruled on Wednesday, May 15th, that when the defendant in a criminal case directly or indirectly makes a public records request for information that could have been obtained from the state through a discovery demand, the public records request is the equivalent of a demand for discovery, and it triggers the defendant’s duty under Ohio Criminal Rule 16 to provide reciprocal discovery to the state.
A 10th District Court of Appeals panel recently ruled that a man's conviction for assaulting his brother during a brawl at their mother's house was supported by sufficient evidence and was not against the manifest weight of the evidence.