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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.


11/20/2015
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PORTABLE TRAFFIC CAMERAS CATCH ON IN OHIO

Portable traffic cameras are catching on in Ohio. Newburgh Heights in northeast Ohio is using portable speeding devices manned by officers to catch speeders. Youngstown and Toledo are using similar devices to catch people going too fast outside of northeast Ohio.

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11/19/2015
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VIDEO OF AN ARREST IN SAN FRANCISCO TRIGGERS INVESTIGATIONS INTO DEPUTIES' USE OF FORCE

The video footage is grainy, but the violence is clearly visible: When sheriff’s deputies catch the suspect fleeing down a San Francisco street, they tackle him, then begin hitting him. First, they use fists, then batons, swinging the clubs down with both hands as the man lies on the ground, moaning.

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11/6/2015
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HOW CALIFORNIA COPS ARE USING MOBILE FINGERPRINTING AND FACIAL RECOGNITION DEVICES

Police departments in California are identifying suspects using mobile biometric devices that scan fingerprints, faces and even tattoos.

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10/27/2015
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DOJ OPENS CIVIL RIGHTS PROBE INTO S.C. CLASSROOM ARREST

The Department of Justice announced Tuesday it had launched an investigation into possible civil rights violations of a violent arrest in a South Carolina classroom that was caught on video and his since gone viral.

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9/23/2015
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$19.3M IN GRANTS WILL GO TOWARDS BODY CAMERAS FOR POLICE, DOJ ANNOUNCES

The U.S. Justice Department announced in a press release Monday that it has awarded $19.3 million in grants to 73 law enforcement and tribal agencies around the country for body cameras. The requests for grants still far exceeded expectations and funds available, the Associated Press reports.

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9/9/2015
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COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL PLANS TO EQUIP OFFICERS WITH BODY CAMERAS IN 2016

Columbus City Council President Andrew Ginther said a decision has been made to equip Columbus Police Officers with body cameras in 2016.

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9/2/2015
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STATE BOARD SETS STANDARDS FOR USE OF DEADLY FORCE

A state law enforcement board on Friday established Ohio’s first statewide standards for use of deadly force by police, limiting the action to officers’ defense of themselves or other people from serious injury or death.

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8/31/2015
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NORTH DAKOTA LEGALIZES WEAPONIZED DRONES FOR POLICE USE

A new law allows North Dakota police officers to use drones outfitted with “less than lethal” weapons.

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8/28/2015
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LAWYERS PLAN CHALLENGE TO ARRESTS BASED ON SECRET CELLPHONE TRACKING

Defense lawyers in Baltimore are examining nearly 2,000 cases in which the police secretly used powerful cellphone tracking devices, and they plan to ask judges to throw out “a large number” of criminal convictions as a result.

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8/4/2015
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TRAINING OFFICERS TO SHOOT FIRST, AND HE WILL ANSWER QUESTIONS LATER

The shooting looked bad. But that is when the professor is at his best. A black motorist, pulled to the side of the road for a turn-signal violation, had stuffed his hand into his pocket. The white officer yelled for him to take it out. When the driver started to comply, the officer shot him dead.The driver was unarmed.Taking the stand at a public inquest, William J. Lewinski, the psychology professor, explained that the officer had no choice but to act.

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7/14/2015
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NYC REACHES MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT IN CHOKEHOLD DEATH

New York City has announced a $5.9 million settlement with the family of Eric Garner, who died after a police-administered chokehold, said city comptroller Scott Stringer.

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6/17/2015
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JUDGE FINDS PROBABLE CAUSE TO CHARGE POLICE OFFICERS IN CLEVELAND BOY'S SHOOTING DEATH

A Cleveland judge has found that probable cause exists to charge two police officers in the shooting death last November of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

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5/27/2015
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DOJ REACHES DEAL ON CLEVELAND POLICING

The U.S. Justice Department has reached a settlement with Cleveland over an alleged pattern of unconstitutional policing, officials announced on Tuesday.

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12/3/2014
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SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS ARE GETTING SMARTER

A police officer watches a live video feed from his monitor at the New York Police Department surveillance headquarters in New York, Nov. 22, 2010. Jin Lee/Bloomberg/Getty Images Personal privacy is rapidly disappearing in this age of ubiquitous cameras. Whether you are a thief, a killer, or a hero, someone is likely to catch you in the act.

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11/21/2014
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OHIO SENATE PASSES RED LIGHT CAMERA RESTRICTIONS

A bill that could mean the end of red light cameras in Columbus is one step closer to becoming law.

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5/28/2014
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THE FOUNDING FATHERS WOULD HAVE PROTECTED YOUR SMARTPHONE

At question is whether the police can search the contents of a phone without a warrant during an arrest. At stake is whether technological advancements have rendered one of our most treasured civil liberties obsolete.

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