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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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4/21/2017
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DOZENS OF CASES ARE DISMISSED AND REVIEWED IN GEORGIA AFTER OFFICERS ARE FIRED

The D.A. is sending the absolute correct message that the integrity of the system is more important than some past convictions,” he added.

Category: Appeals

9/2/2016
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INNOCENT? DON'T TALK TO THE POLICE.

“The longer you speak to police officers, the more likely it is that you will confess to some crime that you did not commit".

Category: Appeals

8/25/2016
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MAN FALSELY CONVICTED BY BITE MARK DIDN'T KILL DALLAS COUPLE, DA NOW SAYS

The Associated Press reported in 2013 that at least 24 people in the U.S., including two in Texas, had been exonerated in cases in which bite mark evidence played a central role in the conviction.

Category: Appeals

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1/22/2016
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INSIDE KENTUCKY'S UNREGULATED PRIVATE PROBATION INDUSTRY

Every month for two years, Cook has to pay a $25 monitoring fee to a company that serves as a privatized probation agency.

Category: Appeals

2/25/2015
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APPEALS COURT CONSIDERING WARRANTLESS CELLPHONE TRACKING

The cellphone in your pocket can be used to track your movements, and federal appeals judges are considering whether cops must get a search warrant to obtain cellphone tower tracking data

Category: Appeals

2/19/2015
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HOW TO FORCE PROSECUTORS TO PLAY FAIR

When prosecutors cheat and lie repeatedly to win convictions, should their office be held accountable? When a man spends years, or decades, in prison as a result of such prosecutorial misconduct, should he be compensated?

Category: Appeals

2/2/2015
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EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION ACCOUNTS FOR MOST WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS

Over the past quarter-century, more than 1,400 people convicted of serious crimes have been proved innocent, according to the University of Michigan Law School

Category: Appeals

9/10/2014
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Central Park Five’s legal battle officially over as federal judge signs off on $41 million wrongful conviction settlement

Central Park Five’s legal battle officially over as federal judge signs off on $41 million wrongful conviction settlement Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/central-park-legal-battle-officially-article-1.1929270#ixzz3CxGFXy3U

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9/3/2014
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After 30 years in prison, two inmates win their freedom in 1983 rape and murder

After 30 years in prison, two inmates win their freedom in 1983 rape and murder

Category: Appeals

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4/6/2014
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FAULTY FORENSIC SCIENCE UNDER FIRE

According to the Innocence Project, more than half of DNA exonerations involve faulty forensic evidence from crime labs and unreliable methods such as bite-mark analysis

Category: Appeals