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What can be considered drug paraphernalia?

You don't have to be found in possession of illegal drugs to face drug charges. Being in possession of items related to the use of illegal drugs (drug paraphernalia) can land you in jail. Drug paraphernalia includes items used to distribute and ingest drugs. Even common household items like spoons, bowls and scales can be considered drug paraphernalia, depending on the circumstances in which they're found.

Assisted suicide now a felony in Ohio

Many people consider the right to die a deeply personal decision that people should be allowed to make for themselves without the government's interference. However, when terminally-ill people become so sick and frail that they can't take their own lives to escape their misery, they often call on loved ones to help them end their suffering.

Can an employer report illegal material found on your computer?

A child pornography case in California has sparked discussion and debate not only in the cyber law community but among employers across the country regarding the right to privacy and illegal search and seizure of material obtained on people's computers without a warrant or their permission.

How can having a DUI impact my future?

A DUI is a serious charge to have. Many people in Ohio feel that the most serious things they have to worry about are losing their drivers licenses and spending some time locked up. They may also believe that after they have paid their fines, restitution and completed all court-ordered requirements, they no longer have anything to worry about. However, driving under the influence convictions have far-reaching consequences that can affect you for many years after the date you were convicted.

What's the difference between tax fraud and negligence?

It's the time of year when people are beginning to get their documents together to file their income taxes. Even with all of the electronic software available to help file your taxes, the Internal Revenue Service rules and regulations can be confusing and daunting. It's not uncommon for people to neglect to report something or make an error. However, how does the IRS determine whether someone simply made an error or intended to defraud them?

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