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  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Journal
    Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Journal

    Attorney Madelyn J. Grant was honored to be in the Young Lawyers Feature within the Cleveland Metropolitan Journal. She wrote a compelling article explaining life as a young, female criminal defense ...

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  • Split Appeals Court Rulings on Title IX Cross-Examinations Sets Stage for SCOTUS Showdown
    Split Appeals Court Rulings on Title IX Cross-Examinations Sets Stage for SCOTUS Showdown

    A recent decision handed down by a federal appeals court in early August may add to growing challenges concerning Title IX regulations already in flux – particularly as they relate to due process ...

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  • Attorney Brad Wolfe Has Written an Article in The Vindicator for the OACDL about Electronic Evidence
    Attorney Brad Wolfe Has Written an Article in The Vindicator for the OACDL about Electronic Evidence

    Advances in technology require the modern defense attorney to identify, acquire, and analyze varieties of electronic evidence. “Digital” or “electronic” evidence has been defined as “any probative ...

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  • Cybercrime is Rising So Don’t Fear Investigators, Federal Agencies Say
    Cybercrime is Rising So Don’t Fear Investigators, Federal Agencies Say

    The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – received nearly 1,000 reports of cybercrime and internet crimes each day in 2018. The dramatic amount of ...

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  • State and Federal Hate Crime Laws in Ohio: Ethnic Intimidation, Enhancements & Elevated Penalties
    State and Federal Hate Crime Laws in Ohio: Ethnic Intimidation, Enhancements & Elevated Penalties

    Hate crimes are not new, but they have become an increasingly larger focus for state and federal law enforcement. Since the first federal hate crimes statute was signed into law in 1968, statutory ...

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  • USSG § 2b1.1: How Do Sentencing Guidelines Work in Federal Fraud Cases?
    USSG § 2b1.1: How Do Sentencing Guidelines Work in Federal Fraud Cases?

    Fraud and financial crimes are big targets for law enforcement, especially at the federal level. Be it a financially motivated cybercrime offense or a more “traditional” fraud that falls under federal ...

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