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Man given man felony charges for $32,000 of marijuana

A man was recently stopped by police in Ohio and ended up receiving serious charges against him. According to police, drug canines sniffed out a stash of marijuana in the man's trunk after officials stopped the man. They allegedly found about seven pounds of marijuana, which they estimated to be worth about $32,000. The man was issued felony charges for possession of marijuana.

Those facing felony charges must provide DNA samples in Ohio

The laws regarding the collection of DNA samples for use in criminal investigations in Ohio continue to evolve. The current law requires that all those arrested on felony charges in our state provide samples of their DNA to law enforcement personnel for entry in a database. This is now intended to be accomplished at the local level at the time of arrest.

Ohio Internet crimes conviction: Man avoids state prison

Normally, an individual convicted for child pornography involving children may not expect much consideration from an Ohio court when it comes time for sentencing. Nevertheless, every criminal case is unique, with its own set of facts and circumstances. Recently, a former Army sergeant was able to avoid a term in state prison after pleading guilty to Internet crimes.

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