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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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6/5/2017
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SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR CELLPHONE TRACKING CASE

Lower Courts' have reasoned that under the 'third party doctrine', the suspect had voluntarily turned over that information to a third party: the phone company.

Category: Federal Courts

3/23/2016
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FBI TO REVIEW FINGERPRINTING AND BULLET-TRACING TECHNIQUES

The Justice Department proposed expanding its review of forensic testimony by the FBI Laboratory beyond hair matching to other widely used techniques

Category: Federal Courts

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12/10/2015
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AFTER ILLEGAL WIRETAP, SUSPECTS GO FREE AND WANT A REFUND

An investigation last month by USA TODAY and The Desert Sun found that prosecutors there almost certainly violated a federal law that requires the district attorney to personally sign off on wiretap applications. Those tainted wires were used to make arrests and seizures throughout the USA. Now those individuals affected want a refund.

Category: Federal Courts

12/3/2015
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FEDERAL CONVICTION EXPUNGED

There is no federal law that allows for expungement — the permanent sealing of a criminal record to the general public. A federal judge in Brooklyn has expunged a conviction for the first time. It should not be the last.

Category: Federal Courts

12/2/2015
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SO THANKFUL FOR FEDERAL JUDGES ENCOURAGING PROSECUTORS TO RECONSIDER EXTREME SENTENCES BUT...

Federal trial judges have little leeway in sentencing when prosecutors trigger mandatory-minimum laws that set floors for punishment, and they have few means of revisiting closed cases, unless new evidence comes to light or a major legal error was committed. But they can be persuasive. Federal prosecutors have agreed in recent years to sentence reductions in a handful of cases, most after public pressure from judges.

Category: Federal Courts

11/3/2015
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THOUSANDS START LIFE ANEW WITH EARLY PRISON RELEASES

This week, more than 6,000 federal prisoners will be released earlier than they once expected, although nearly one-third of them are foreign citizens who will be deported

Category: Federal Courts

7/2/2015
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WHAT TO DO IF YOU RECEIVE A TARGET LETTER?

If you receive a federal target letter you need a lawyer immediately. You need a white-collar defense lawyer; one that is familiar with the federal court system

Category: Federal Courts

7/1/2015
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SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN PORTION OF FEDERAL LAW ENHANCING SENTENCES FOR 'CAREER CRIMINALS'

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a portion of the Armed Career Criminals Act is unconstitutionally vague.

Category: Federal Courts

11/15/2014
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NEW IPHONE ENCRYPTION INFURIATES FBI

Apple's new iOS 8 operating system for its iPhone and iPad tablets features encryption software so secure that no one — not even Apple — has the key to it.

Category: Federal Courts

5/21/2014
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FEDERAL CHILD PORN BUST NETS 70

A police officer, a fire department paramedic, a rabbi, a nurse, a Boy Scout leader — are accused of using the Internet to anonymously collect and trade child pornography...

Category: Federal Courts

9/18/2013
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WILL THE SUPREME COURT STOP COPS FROM READING YOUR TEXT MESSAGES?

The Supreme Court has been asked to consider two cases, which challenge the legality of warrantless cellphone searches under the Fourth Amendment.

Category: Federal Courts

12/3/2012
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SAME SEX MARRIAGE MAY FINALLY GO BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT

It is likely that we will learn this week which cases, if any, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear concerning marriage equality for gays and lesbians.

Category: Federal Courts

11/15/2012
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WHAT HAPPENS TO SUPREME COURT IN OBAMA'S SECOND TERM?

Four of the nine Supreme Court justices are over the age of 70, meaning there's a real possibility for at least one new court appointment during President Obama's second term.

Category: Federal Courts

10/24/2012
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Restoration of Rights Project Launch

This new resource provides free assistance to those tens of millions of people and their lawyers, offering an interactive map with individual profiles...

Category: Federal Courts