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Ohio teen charged with numerous felonies in grandmother's death

In January of this year, an 81-year-old woman was found dead in the basement of her Ohio home. Authorities say that the woman had been stabbed repeatedly. Recently, the deceased woman's grandson was charged with multiple felonies in connection with her death.

Do felony charges mean giving up privacy of a smartphone?

Ohio residents may not be aware that this was the question before the United States Supreme Court on May 6. The court heard oral arguments regarding two cases involving searches of cell phones seized during a warrantless search upon arrest for either misdemeanor or felony charges. The court's anticipated decision could advance the laws into the digital age, or leave them as they are now.

Ohio man pleads guilty to felony charges of manslaughter

In 2008, three men were shot and killed over the course of three months. An Ohio man was arrested and charged with their deaths. Recently, he pleaded guilty to three felony charges of manslaughter. It is presumed that when he is sentenced on June 24, he will receive a prison term of 14 years for all three counts.

Ohio man faces felony charges in an alleged rape

On April 6, police received information regarding the alleged rape of a woman. According to reports, a man allegedly forced himself on her at a residence whose location is being kept confidential for the time being. At some point, the victim claims the man became violent and used unidentified weapons to threaten her into submission. Authorities eventually took an Ohio man into custody on felony charges of rape in connection with the incident.

Trial begins for Ohio man facing felony charges in wife's murder

Four police officers converged on an Ohio home last year in response to a frantic 911 call. The then 10-year-old girl and her sibling witnessed their father killing their mother. When officers entered the home, they made their way to the master bedroom. What they saw led to numerous felony charges being filed against the distraught children's father.

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.

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.

Criminal defense of teen will take place in adult court

Back on Nov. 26, 2013, we first reported about the death of an 18-year-old girl near an Ohio high school ("Ohio teen faces felony charges in death of another teen"). At that time, authorities questioned, arrested and charged a 17-year-old with her death. That teen now faces presenting his criminal defense to the charges in adult court.

Two men face felony charges for Ohio bank robbery

At approximately 10:57 a.m. on Nov. 7, the East Point Branch of the Ohio Heritage Bank was robbed. After months of investigation, police believe they have located the two men responsible. Now, those two men face first-degree felony charges of aggravated robbery.

Ohio family reluctantly agrees to plea on felony charges

On April 2, 2012, a family lost a beloved member. The family suspected her death was not from natural causes. Eventually, the deceased Ohio woman's husband faced felony charges related to her death. Recently, he took a plea agreement that will guarantee him no more than 11 years in prison.

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