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Insights and Ideas into Ohio Criminal Case Defense Strategy

When you are facing Ohio criminal charges, you need the experience and insights of a seasoned, professional Columbus criminal defense attorney. Adam Nemann understands every aspect of criminal law and provides the information and advice you need to make the right decisions about your case. Learn more here through our blog posts.


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8/2/2017
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SECOND BODY CAM VIDEO EMERGES SHOWING BALTIMORE COPS ALLEGEDLY FAKING EVIDENCE

“There are approximately six officers standing around while this suspected misconduct is taking place.”

Category: Drug Offenses

7/24/2017
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TEXAS MOM ACCUSED OF TRANSPORTING $2-MILLION IN LIQUID METH

The woman was traveling with her 4-year-old daughter and the babysitter, authorities said.

Category: Drug Offenses

1/20/2017
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WHEN ARE YOU TOO STONED TO DRIVE?

So when are you too stoned to drive? Most (but not all) studies find that using pot impairs one’s ability to drive.

Category: Drug Offenses

9/16/2016
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POLICE TEST FIRST MARIJUANA BREATHALYZER ON CALI DRIVERS

Two of the drivers who took part in the test admitted to smoking marijuana in the previous 30 minutes, and delivered a positive reading on the handheld device.

Category: Drug Offenses

9/8/2016
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THE DIFFICULTY OF ENFORCING LAWS AGAINST DRIVING WHILE HIGH

It turns out, measuring a person's THC is actually a poor indicator of intoxication.

Category: Drug Offenses

9/7/2016
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THIS SMALL INDIANA COUNTY SENDS MORE PEOPLE TO PRISON THAN ANY OTHER

Peple in rural areas are much more likely to go to prison than people in urban areas, a major shift from a decade ago.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/26/2016
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LEGALIZING POT: SANTA FE DID, BUT PEOPLE ARE STILL GOING TO JAIL FOR SMALL AMOUNTS OF MARIJUANA

Local cops have sent on average more than one person to jail per month for petty pot possession in the last two years, according to an SFR investigation.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/25/2016
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ARBITRARY MARIJUANA LIMITS ON DRIVERS IMPAIR LEGAL JUDGMENT

In several states, motorists are subject to “per se” marijuana laws, which set a specific limit of THC that drivers can have in their blood.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/11/2016
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50-YEAR STORY OF THE MIRANDA WARNING HAS THE TWISTS OF A COP SHOW

Legal experts and law enforcement personnel continue to argue about what Miranda actually means and what police officers must do before they can interrogate a suspect.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/2/2016
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MAN ARRESTED WITH METH, THAT TURNED OUT TO BE KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUT

The 64-year-old Orlando man told officers he’d never done drugs in his life, and the crumbs were from his Krispy Kreme doughnut.

Category: Drug Offenses

7/15/2016
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POLICE, PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES RELY ON A FLAWED $2 DRUG TEST THAT PUTS INNOCENT PEOPLE BEHIND BARS

Tens of thousands of people every year are sent to jail based on the results of a $2 roadside drug test. Widespread evidence shows that these tests routinely produce false positives.

Category: Drug Offenses

5/18/2016
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ROGUE CHEMIST WAS INVOLVED IN 24,000-PLUS CONVICTIONS

Five years after the scandal broke, most defendants who were convicted based on evidence that Dookhan tested have not been notified she was involved in their cases

Category: Drug Offenses

3/31/2016
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SEIZED MORE FROM PEOPLE THAN BURGLARS STOLE LAST YEAR

The increase in forfeiture activity is due largely to the profit motive created by laws which allow police to keep some or all of the assets they seize

Category: Drug Offenses

2/24/2016
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THE SUPREME COURT & POLICE SEARCHES

What stops us from becoming a police state and just having the police stand on the corner down here and stop every person, ask them for identification...

Category: Drug Offenses

2/11/2016
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HEROIN EPIDEMIC'S DIRECT CONNECT TO WAR IN AFGHANISTAN

“Between 2002 and 2013, the rate of heroin-related overdose deaths nearly quadrupled, and more than 8,200 people died in 2013.”

Category: Drug Offenses

12/30/2015
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SUPREME COURT REFUSES TO EASE STANDARD ON TAMPERING OFFENSES

Ruling in a case in which a woman concealed a heroin-filled condom in a body cavity, the Ohio Supreme Court found today that suspects cannot be...

Category: Drug Offenses

12/23/2015
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KANSAS COUPLE WHOSE TEA WAS MISTAKEN FOR MARIJUANA LOSES SUIT OVER FRUITLESS RAID

Robert and Adlynn Harte argued that cops should have known field tests are unreliable.

Category: Drug Offenses

11/9/2015
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COURT RULING COULD REDUCE COCAINE SENTENCES ACROSS OHIO

Suspects charged with cocaine possession could soon face lesser degree felonies and those locked up could be back on the streets depending on how the Ohio Supreme Court rules on how the drug should be weighed.

Category: Drug Offenses

10/28/2015
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POT LEGALIZATION ISSUE 3 DEBATED DAYS BEFORE VOTE

Emotions ran high at a marijuana legalization debate today as advocates for both sides clashed on monopolies, legislation inaction and marijuana for medical use.

Category: Drug Offenses

10/6/2015
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MARIJUANA-RELATED ARRESTS OCCUR WITH SHOCKING FREQUENCY IN THE U.S.

Approximately one marijuana-related arrest happens every 45 seconds in the U.S., according to federal data released this week.

Category: Drug Offenses

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9/24/2015
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OHIO SEES ALARMING JUMP IN DRUG OVERDOSE DEATHS

The state Department of Health says a record number of Ohioans died from drug overdoses last year as it warned that surging painkiller abuse is once again worsening the crisis.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/12/2015
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DRUG DEALERS' ADS AT JUGGALOS EVENT WERE A BIT TOO CLEAR

It’s tough to generate sales without advertising, but advertising comes with costs. When you’re dealing dope, sometimes those costs include jail.

Category: Drug Offenses

8/6/2015
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FEDERAL APPEALS COURT: DRUG DOG THAT'S BARELY MORE ACCURATE THAN A COIN FLIP IS GOOD ENOUGH

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued a troubling ruling about drug dogs last week. U.S. v. Bentley is just the latest in a series of rulings in which the federal courts refuse to consider the possibility that police departments may be manipulating the dogs to authorize unlawful searches — or at the very least that police agencies aren’t ensuring that the dogs are being trained to minimize the possibility, even though that would be easy to do.

Category: Drug Offenses

7/30/2015
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IT'S DEADLINE DAY FOR GROUP PUSHING POT LEGALIZATION

It’s make-or-break day for ResponsibleOhio which must come up with at least 29,509 valid signatures of registered Ohio voters if its for-profit marijuana legalization issue is to make the fall ballot.

Category: Drug Offenses

7/27/2015
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EVERY DRUG COURT SHOULD ALLOW METHADONE TREATMENT

Drug courts were first offered as an alternative to punishment at the height of the war on drugs in Florida in 1989. Today, they serve around 120,000 defendants. If their goal is actually to treat addiction, they need to offer individualized treatment that meets a higher standard of care and gives participants the best odds of survival and recovery. Mr. Cuomo and Mr. Christie should act immediately and sign their states’ bills.

Category: Drug Offenses