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Drunk driver gets 15 years for felonies associated with crash

Everyone in Ohio knows that drunk driving is dangerous and can lead to serious consequences. However, after an individual consumes a significant amount of alcohol, his or her capacity to make good decisions is compromised. For one driver, a bad decision led to his recent sentencing for felonies including aggravated vehicular assault and aggravated vehicular homicide.

Ohio man charged with Internet crimes involving child pornography

Since 2012, The Ohio Bureau of Investigation Crimes Against Children has conducted investigations into illegal activity on the Internet involving children. The Bureau searches for files on the Internet believed to be child pornography, then traces the IP address of the computer accessing those files. Through a subpoena directed at the Internet provider, they track down the physical location of the computer allegedly accessing those files. A search warrant is then obtained and executed to obtain evidence that could lead to an arrest for suspected Internet crimes involving children.

Drug charges add to the woes of an Ohio woman

At the age of 18, an Ohio woman has suffered through more trauma than most people experience in their entire lives. Her former boyfriend allegedly put her in the hospital with a concussion. Her parents were then murdered, and that same ex-boyfriend has been charged with their deaths. Now, she has been arrested on drug charges, along with another individual.

The importance of reviewing test results in a criminal defense

Like other crime labs around the country, the Ohio State Highway Patrol Crime Lab is required to adhere to strict protocols when conducting tests and analyzing evidence. These protocols are designed to ensure that the samples are not tainted and the test results are accurate. For this reason, is it vital in any criminal defense to review the procedures used by the technicians conducting the tests and the steps taken by the crime lab as a whole to be sure any results used in the prosecution of a criminal case were proper.

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