Tag Archives: Associated Press

Policing For Profit Approved By Ohio Supreme Court

If you were hoping that the Ohio Supreme Court would curtail a city's ability to implement policing for profit, you would be disappointed. ¬†Last week, in¬†Walker v. Toledo, Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-5461, a divided Supreme Court ruled that cities in Ohio have complete freedom to set up tribunals that do away with due process protections…
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What Happens At A DUI Arraignment?

The following will happen when you appear for your DUI arraignment. The Judge, will explain the complaint to you which details the offense(s) you are charged with, and will explain it to you if you do not understand the nature of the charge(s). The Judge will also advise you of the potential penalties. You will…
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Drunk Driving and Deportations

Drinking and driving is never a good idea, but if you happen to be an illegal immigrant a DUI charge can mean more than just fines. According to the Associated Press, drunk driving-related deportations have nearly tripled from 10,851 cases in 2008 to 28,635 in the fiscal year ending September, 2010. Another 13,028 illegal aliens…
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