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What does cyberstalking mean?

Stalking has been around for a very long time. It usually happens when one individual is motivated to follow, harass or communicate in an unwanted manner with another person. In recent decades, stalking has evolved into a serious criminal offense that can have significant repercussions for those convicted. In the modern computer age, stalking has gone a step further than physical harassment to include unwanted computer-based behaviors, many of which are against the law.

The burden of proof for embezzlement charges

Of course, any allegations involving embezzlement should be taken seriously. Regardless of whether investigators have already arrested and charged you or whether you are simply under investigation, you need an attorney as soon as possible. This type of white collar crime can do serious damage to your reputation, even if you are found innocent of the charges. Damage control should begin immediately and the person best qualified to assist you with this is your attorney.

The right to a defense attorney according to the sixth amendment

The average Ohio citizen facing felony charges has a limited knowledge of the law and the procedures prosecutors use to seek conviction. This is why it is so important that the nation's justice system includes criminal defense attorneys. Without this kind of professional and knowledgeable representation, most defendants would be ill equipped to mount a defense against felony charges in the face of a motivated prosecutor.

Possession of drug paraphernalia in Ohio

Many Ohio residents do not know that being charged with possession of illegal drug paraphernalia does not require the presence of actual drugs. It is true that drug paraphernalia charges often occur when a person is already facing drug charges, however, the two offenses can occur separately.

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