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    • Bresha Meadows Case Sparks Mass Movement

      It is no surprise that media and our society can sensationalize crime, especially when cases involve interesting concepts or characters. While widespread coverage can impact a case and lead to unfair ...

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    • Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in "Attorney at Law" Magazine

      Attorney Ian Friedman and Law Clerk Brad Wolfe were given the opportunity to contribute a column to the latest edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Thanks to their experience in the areas of computers ...

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    • Rule 41 Modification Grants Feds Ability to Hack Any Computer

      A controversial expansion of government powers has granted the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) the ability to hack an unlimited number of civilian computers with just a single warrant, including ...

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    • Newsnet5 Turns to Attorney Friedman for Insight on Twinsburg Cyber Scandal

      Newsnet5 recently obtained a search warrant filed by Twinsburg Police detailing the shocking Tumblr blog that was recently found to be depicting nude and inappropriate photos of 14 underage Twinsburg ...

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    • Public Support Continues to Grow for the Release of Bresha Meadows

      The public outpour of support for Bresha Meadows continues to grow as more than 26,000 people (and counting) across the nation have signed an online petition calling for her release . Speaking with ...

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    • Will a Judge-Prosecutor Advisor Marriage Cause Ethical Conflict?

      According to experts, the marriage of the newly-elected Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Sherrie Miday to Ryan Miday, communications director for County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley, is unlikely to ...

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    • Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in "Attorney at Law" Magazine

      Attorney Ian Friedman and Law Clerk Brad Wolfe were given the opportunity to contribute a column to the latest edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Thanks to their experience in the areas of computers ...

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    • Attorney Friedman Quoted in AP Story on Ohio Anti-Drug Efforts

      The Ohio State Highway Patrol has recently placed a greater emphasis on anti-drug efforts and instituted tougher enforcement standards on drug crimes. While the results have spoken for themselves in ...

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    • Attorney Ian Friedman to Defend Trucking Company Owner in Federal Trafficking Case

      Attorney Ian Friedman has taken on the case of Rinald Turhani, a Detroit-area trucking company owner that is now facing federal drug trafficking charges. According to the FBI, Turhani and three ...

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    • Ian Friedman Discusses Voter Concerns About Upcoming Pot Bill With Fox News 8

      The state of Ohio will go to the polls in November to determine if marijuana will become legal throughout the state. Unlike other states that have first legalized medical marijuana, Ohio’s ballot ...

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    • 6th Circuit Court of Appeals: Mug Shots Should Be Private

      Are accused citizens owed a level of privacy when it comes to their booking photos (or "mug shots")? According to a new federal ruling, they are. As the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers ...

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    • Attorney Ian Friedman to Defend Trucking Company Owner in Federal Trafficking Case

      Attorney Ian Friedman has taken on the case of Rinald Turhani, a Detroit-area trucking company owner that is now facing federal drug trafficking charges. According to the FBI, Turhani and three ...

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    • No Prison Time for Ian N. Friedman's Client, Former Abon Co-Owner

      Last month Attorney Ian N. Friedman negotiated a plea deal for their client, Larry Bence, the former co-owner of Abon Cards and Coins shop. Mr. Bence originally faced twenty-five counts for theft, ...

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    • Ian N. Friedman Named CMLAA Alumni of the Year

      Friedman & Nemecek, LLC Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce that Attorney Ian N. Friedman has been named Alumni of the Year by the Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association (CMLAA). This is a ...

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    • Ian N. Friedman Named 2017 Alumni of the Year by Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Alumni Association

      Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, starting as Cleveland Law School, was founded in 1897. It later merged with John Marshall School of Law in 1946 to form today’s institute. Cleveland-Marshall College ...

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    • Hope for Bresha Meadows

      Last week, we shared the news that Judge Rintala would hear our request to release Bresha on bond so she could receive treatment for her mental health while awaiting the October 16 th trial date. ...

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    • Ian N. Friedman Named 2019 Best Lawyers "Lawyer of the Year"

      Our firm is pleased to announce that Ian N. Friedman has been named the 2019 Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” by The Best Lawyers in America ©. Mr. Friedman was given the top honor for his work in ...

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    • What Can a Title IX Attorney Do For You?

      While Title IX legislation is in place to protect the rights of accused students, sometimes it can have quite the opposite effect. Title IX is part of the Education Amendments Act and works chiefly to ...

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    • Attorney Brad Wolfe Authors Article About Snapchat

      Most attorneys don’t use Snapchat—its users tend to skew young, and many of its most popular features are obviously designed for teenagers or young people. At the same time, the app’s use (both its ...

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    • Former Ian Friedman Client Seeking Action Against the State

      In 2008, James Vaughan III of Shaker Heights was convicted of kidnapping and raping a 9-year-girl. On appeal, Vaughan's family hired Attorney Ian Friedman to re-evaluate the case and develop a new ...

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    • Attorney Friedman Gets Felony Sex Charges Reduced to Misdemeanor Assault as Part of Plea Bargain Deal

      On December 13th 2013, a warrant was issued for the arrest of the former director of the Magnificat High School performing arts center on charges of gross sexual imposition with a student. Cleveland ...

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    • Super Lawyers Honors Attorney Ian Friedman for 8th Consecutive Year

      Our team is proud to announce that Attorney Ian N. Friedman has once against been selected for inclusion in the Ohio Super Lawyers list. This inclusion in the 2016 edition marks the eighth consecutive ...

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    • Congratulations to Ian N. Friedman for his Selection in the 2014 Ohio Super Lawyers® List!

      At our firm, we are committed to upholding the rights of Cleveland citizens and protecting them from the wrath of the harsh criminal justice system. Criminal law is our passion and our success is ...

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    • What Can a Title IX Attorney Do For You?

      While Title IX legislation is in place to protect the rights of accused students, sometimes it can have quite the opposite effect. Title IX is part of the Education Amendments Act and works chiefly to ...

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    • What Can a Title IX Attorney Do For You?

      While Title IX legislation is in place to protect the rights of accused students, sometimes it can have quite the opposite effect. Title IX is part of the Education Amendments Act and works chiefly to ...

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    • When Can the Police Stop a Vehicle? Traffic Stops & the Fourth Amendment

      Many allegations of criminal conduct commence with a standard traffic stop of a motor vehicle. Often, the stop will result in a search of the vehicle, as well as its passengers and contents. The ...

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    • Ohio Supreme Court: Can Gun Specifications Apply to an On-Duty Officer?

      In his original trial, a former Ottawa Hills police officer was convicted of felonious assault with a firearm specification for shooting and paralyzing a motorcyclist. The count of felony assault ...

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