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  • Public Support Continues to Grow for the Release of Bresha Meadows
    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?
    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
    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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  • Bresha Meadows Case to Stay in Juvenile Court
    Bresha Meadows Case to Stay in Juvenile Court

    Ohio prosecutors have announced that Bresha Meadows, Attorney Friedman's 15-year-old client charged with the shooting death of her father, will be tried as a minor in juvenile court. After months of ...

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  • Attorney Eric Nemecek Confronts Immigration/Diversion Program Dilemma in New Article
    Attorney Eric Nemecek Confronts Immigration/Diversion Program Dilemma in New Article

    In Ohio, citizens accused of criminal acts can sometimes enter a guilty plea in order to be admitted to a diversion program. These programs focus on education, addiction treatment, and intervention ...

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  • Attorney Friedman Secures Reduced Bond for Client
    Attorney Friedman Secures Reduced Bond for Client

    Attorney Ian Friedman secured an early courtroom victory this week for his client Jeffery Martin. Martin, 55, is a retired Pepper Pike police officer who now stands accused of rape, sexual battery, ...

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