Felonies are the most serious crimes, leading to time in prison along with other harsh penalties. What's interesting about felonies is that they can be very similar to misdemeanors. For example, a state might have a misdemeanor for theft if the amount stolen was under $500, but as soon as someone steals $501 worth of items, they face felony charges. Does it seem fair?
Throughout Ohio, many people have managed to make a living driving for Uber or Lyft. These ridesharing apps allow people to get around Cleveland and other major cities in the state with ease, and the drivers can earn decent money if they drive often enough. In 2015, there were concerns that too many Uber drivers were in the state, and while the rate of pay has dwindled for people using the apps, it still remains a viable option for many to earn a living.