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State cannot challenge erroneous prison sentence 18 years later

Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio

Supreme Court of Ohio

When a trial court makes an error during criminal sentencing, the mistake cannot be challenged through postconviction proceedings, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.Read More of "State cannot challenge erroneous prison sentence 18 years later "

Date Published: October 29, 2020

AG Yost urges Ohioans to be vigilant with donations to prevent charity fraud

Ohio Attorney General's Office

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost urges those that give to be more vigilant as charities across the country recently collaborated to raise awareness of charity fraud during this year’s Charity Fraud Awareness Week.Read More of "AG Yost urges Ohioans to be vigilant with donations to prevent charity fraud "

Date Published: October 29, 2020

Secretary LaRose announces post-election results schedule

Ohio Secretary of State

The Ohio Secretary of State recently issued a directive to Ohio’s county board of elections that outlines how and when county boards of elections must report election results for the 2020 General Election. Under Directive 2020-23, and consistent with state law, results will only be released twice – once when the county boards of elections upload their unofficial results to the Secretary of State’s Office and again after each county completes its official canvass results and are certified by the Ohio Secretary of State. The directive also sets into place requirements for recounts, post-election ballot curing, post-election audits, and more.Read More of "Secretary LaRose announces post-election results schedule "

Date Published: October 29, 2020

DOJ charges 500+ domestic violence-related firearm cases in FY20

The United States Attorney's Office Northern District of Ohio

300% increase in cases charged under domestic violence firearms enforcement in Northern District of OhioRead More of "DOJ charges 500+ domestic violence-related firearm cases in FY20 "

Date Published: October 28, 2020

Bureau of Workers’ Comp sends $1.34 billion to employers

Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation

The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation has begun sending more than $1.3 billion to Ohio employers to ease COVID-19’s impact on the state’s business community and economy.Read More of "Bureau of Workers’ Comp sends $1.34 billion to employers "

Date Published: October 28, 2020

Ohio 529 Plan celebrates its 5-Cap rating

Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

If you are interested in starting to save for your children’s future higher education and want to learn more about tax-advantaged 529 plans, Savingforcollege.com is an unbiased industry-trusted informational website, which provides detailed analysis and articles on 529 plans, financial aid, and scholarships, as well as tools to estimate college expenses.Read More of "Ohio 529 Plan celebrates its 5-Cap rating "

Date Published: October 28, 2020

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan announces $192 million in site-based and research awards to advance forensic science

Office of Justice Programs

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan recently announced grants totaling almost $192 million to fund crime laboratories, decrease DNA backlogs, support basic and applied forensic research, and help law enforcement identify missing persons. The funding is administered by the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Justice, both part of the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs.Read More of "Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan announces $192 million in site-based and research awards to advance forensic science "

Date Published: October 28, 2020

Department of Justice issues annual report to Congress on its work to combat elder fraud and abuse

US Department of Justice

The Department of Justice recently issued its Annual Report to Congress on Department of Justice Activities to Combat Elder Fraud and Abuse. The report summarizes the department’s extensive efforts from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.Read More of "Department of Justice issues annual report to Congress on its work to combat elder fraud and abuse "

Date Published: October 27, 2020

Pain clinic owner sentenced to seven years in prison

The United States Attorney's Office Southern District of Ohio

The owner and operator of a Hamilton pain clinic was sentenced in U.S. District Court recently for illegally distributing controlled substances, committing health care fraud and violating the anti-kickback statute.Read More of "Pain clinic owner sentenced to seven years in prison "

Date Published: October 27, 2020

Burdens of COVID hit hardest among marginalized students

StatePoint

(StatePoint) Students are the greatest hope for the future, but for many, their plans are threatened due to burdens posed by COVID-19. Here are just a few of the issues students and families face today, and steps being taken to address these concerns:Read More of "Burdens of COVID hit hardest among marginalized students "

Date Published: October 27, 2020

AG Yost, bipartisan group of prosecutors propose a plan to preserve no-knock warrants

Ohio Attorney General's Office

Seeking to preserve the “no-knock” warrant as a police-safety tool, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley, Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters recently sought the support of Gov. Mike DeWine and legislative leaders on a compromise: changes in state law that would tighten the requirements for obtaining such a warrant.Read More of "AG Yost, bipartisan group of prosecutors propose a plan to preserve no-knock warrants "

Date Published: October 26, 2020

Lawyer’s false and inflammatory accusations leads to suspension

Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio

Supreme Court of Ohio

The Ohio Supreme Court recently suspended a Lucas County attorney for two years, with six months stayed, for levying false and inflammatory accusations against opposing attorneys, a magistrate, parties in two of his cases, and disciplinary officials hearing the complaints against him.Read More of "Lawyer’s false and inflammatory accusations leads to suspension "

Date Published: October 26, 2020

Podcast series with ABA women in national security law honor 19th Amendment centennial

American Bar Association

The ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security conducted interviews with 19 prominent women lawyers for its podcast National Security Today, in tribute to the centennial of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote.Read More of "Podcast series with ABA women in national security law honor 19th Amendment centennial "

Date Published: October 26, 2020

Rooster pheasants released for Ohio’s youth, upland hunting seasons

Ohio Department of Natural Resources

While the first youth hunt weekend of the rooster pheasant season has already passed, youths will have another opportunity coming up, after which all ring-necked pheasant hunters will have the chance to pursue this popular game bird. More than 14,000 rooster pheasants are scheduled to be released to provide put-and-take hunting opportunities across the state.Read More of "Rooster pheasants released for Ohio’s youth, upland hunting seasons "

Date Published: October 26, 2020

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