Ohio

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First Amendment

Lawyer who refused to remove Black Lives Matter pin is sentenced to five days in jail

Second Amendment

Can Ohio governor suspend open carry during the GOP convention? Guns allowed, paint balls banned

Legal Ethics

Lawyer is suspended for ‘disturbing pattern of neglect,’ fee sharing with disability group

Criminal Justice

Lawyers charged with obstruction for blaming crash on allegedly nonexistent black man

First Amendment

Federal judge scraps Cleveland’s restrictions on protests during RNC in July

Criminal Justice

Lawyer is convicted of money laundering; purported drug dealer was confidential informant

Legal Ethics

Ohio lawyer who participated in sexting exchange with matrimonial client is suspended

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge orders arrest of New Jersey lawyer for not complying with Ohio appearance demands

Court Security

Angry at killer’s lack of remorse, dad sprints across courtroom and makes flying leap, video shows

Criminal Justice

Creative sentence sends Catholic man convicted in assault case to Baptist church

First Amendment

Media groups, ACLU back lawyer ordered to pay $11K for alerting reporter to upcoming civil trial

U.S. Supreme Court

Law firms hired by Ohio didn’t violate federal debt collection law via letterhead, SCOTUS rules

Trials & Litigation

Rebuked after muttered remarks at federal sentencing, defense lawyer says cursing is commonplace

Criminal Justice

Cleveland will pay $6M in death of Tamir Rice, shot by police while playing with toy gun

Criminal Justice

Woman charged after allegedly livestreaming sexual assault on Periscope

Criminal Justice

Federal judge describes her experience with ‘brutal’ home invaders at their sentencing

Court Security

Thanks to tip, court security found 2-inch blade brought to court by defendant, authorities say

Death Penalty

Botched execution attempt doesn’t preclude a second try, Ohio Supreme Court says

Criminal Justice

Case cracked: Neighbor accused of egging senior’s home over 100 times faces felony vandalism charge

Admiralty & Maritime Law

Deep-sea treasure hunter stays in jail as judge awaits ‘epiphany’ about 500 gold coins
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