Happy Presidents’ Day from Dayton DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland II and all of the folks at Babb & Rowland. We hope that you have a great weekend and that you spend some time contemplating what kind of society in which you want your children to be raised.
Dayton DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland II is dedicated to making the criminal justice system reflect the values and freedoms set fort in the Constitution and brought to life by the courageous [Read the full post. . .]
License Plate Readers are now offering law enforcement agencies the ability to use facial recognition software on American streets with almost no laws making law enforcement accountable and no public debate on the topic.
According to a story at www.TheNewspaper.com,
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The leading suppler of automated license plate readers technology in the US (ALPR, also known as ANPR in Europe) is expanding its offerings to law enforcement. Vehicle owners have already had their movements tracked by the company Vigilant
Have you ever wondered where the money goes following a vehicle forfeiture?
Does your police agency have some really cool sports cars, tricked out SUVs or ruggedly expensive off-road vehicles? Chances are they got it via Ohio’s vehicle forfeiture law. Pursuant to R.C. 4503.234(C)(1), the agency that arrested a defendant has a virtual right of first refusal on any forfeited vehicle. All they have to do is satisfy the lienholder or the innocent non-owners interest if they have protected [Read the full post. . .]