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  • 18 U.S.C. § 1503: What Exactly is Obstruction of Justice?
    18 U.S.C. § 1503: What Exactly is Obstruction of Justice?

    “Obstruction of Justice” has become the buzz word of the day, particularly in light of speculation about what’s to come of the infamous Mueller Report and the debate over potential criminal charges ...

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  • The Attorney-Client Privilege: How Far Does it Go?
    The Attorney-Client Privilege: How Far Does it Go?

    As one of the most “sacred” foundational bedrocks in criminal defense, the attorney-client privilege is known to even those with the most cursory understanding of our justice system. Though most ...

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  • The Feds Are Listening: Wiretapping & Federal Criminal Defense
    The Feds Are Listening: Wiretapping & Federal Criminal Defense

    Wiretapping may be viewed as the stuff of secret agents, but if you watch enough true crime documentaries, you’re likely aware it’s a serious investigation tactic actually used by law enforcement. For ...

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  • Federal Charges for False & Misleading Statements
    Federal Charges for False & Misleading Statements

    Making false statements to the federal government or any government official is a crime. That’s the black-and-white law under Title 18 of the U.S. Code § 1001. While knowing what the law says is ...

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  • What Are Federal Sentencing Guidelines and How Will They Affect My Case?
    What Are Federal Sentencing Guidelines and How Will They Affect My Case?

    In the U.S., individuals charged with federal crimes are subject to the United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Upon a conviction, whether by way of a plea agreement or a guilty verdict at trial, ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Medical Marijuana Laws in Ohio
    What You Need to Know About Medical Marijuana Laws in Ohio

    January 2019 saw the arrival of Ohio’s long-delayed medical marijuana program. Passed under House Bill 523 in 2016, the program was slated by statute to be fully operational by September of 2018, but ...

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