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New Miami will ask judge to vacate ruling on speed cameras
Ohio
New Miami’s attorney says he will ask a Butler County judge to reconsider a ruling that pulled the plug on the village’s four mobile speed cameras now that the Ohio Supreme Court has decided to uphold the use of traffic camera enforcement by municipalities. Butler County Common Pleas Judge Michael Sage issued a permanent injunction in February that put a stop to the New Miami cameras, finding ...
December 19 2014
Md., 6 other states have bans on atheists holding office
Texas
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Some freedom-from-religion advocates are pressing Maryland and six other states to remove provisions from their state constitutions that prohibit people who don't believe in God from holding public office. The state provisions should therefore be removed, said Todd Stiefel, chairman of the Openly Secular coalition, based in Columbus, Ohio. Maryland state Sen. Jamie Raskin ...
December 18 2014
Hearing to resume in Ohio police-shooting case
Ohio
A hearing is scheduled to resume so a judge can determine whether tainted grand jury testimony was used to indict six Cleveland officers in a deadly police shooting in 2012.
December 18 2014
Judge to decide on testimony in police shooting
Ohio
CLEVELAND – A judge is expected to decide whether tainted grand jury testimony was used to indict six Cleveland police officers in the aftermath of a deadly police shooting in 2012 and whether the indictments should be dismissed.
December 18 2014
Testimony in Ohio police-shooting case goes to 2nd day
Ohio
A hearing to determine whether tainted grand jury testimony was used to indict six Cleveland police officers in a deadly police shooting in 2012 will go into a second day, a judge said Wednesday.After listening to hours of witness testimony on the defense motion, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge John O’Donnell ordered the parties to return Thursday morning to finish.O’Donnell is expected [...]
December 17 2014
Tennessee opposes same-sex marriage review (FURTHER UPDATE)
Ohio
FURTHER UPDATE Tuesday 5:28 p.m. Justice Clarence Thomas has called for a response to the Florida application, by 5 p.m. Thursday, December 18. The application has now been docketed as 14A650. ———— UPDATED 5:58 p.m. The state of Florida on Monday asked the Supreme Court to delay a federal judge’s ruling striking down that state’s ban. […]
December 16 2014
Progressive Announces Acquisition
Ohio
  Progressive to acquire controlling interest in American Strategic Insurance parent company ARX Transaction supports Progressive`s strategy to service more customers who bundle home and auto insurance ...
December 16 2014
Tennessee opposes same-sex marriage review (UPDATED)
Ohio
UPDATED 5:58 p.m. The state of Florida on Monday asked the Supreme Court to delay a federal judge’s ruling striking down that state’s ban. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle of Tallahassee nullified the ban in August, but delayed the effect of the ruling until January 5. The state wants the case postponed while it appeals to […]
December 15 2014
Cleveland crowd protests over 12-year-old boy shot, killed by police
Ohio
Several hundred people marched down an exit ramp and temporarily blocked rush-hour traffic on a busy freeway on Tuesday while protesting a police officer’s fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy who had brandished a pellet gun. Police diverted traffic but didn’t take action against the protesters, who chanted phrases such as “Hands up, don’t shoot” Read More... The post Cleveland crowd protests ...
December 15 2014
Kwame Ajamu exonerated over 1975 murder he didn't commit
Ohio
Kwame Ajamu wept in a Cleveland courtroom yesterday after being exonerated of the killing of Harry Franks in 1975. After the verdict the judge stepped down from the bench to give him a hug.
December 14 2014
Violence erupts after officer cleared of black teen's death
Ohio
UPDATE: VIOLENT protests in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson have seen a police car set ablaze, tear gas and rubber bullets fired by police and a pharmacy, pizza shop and a storage facility all set on fire.
December 13 2014
Deputies: Coroner lied about inmate's death
Ohio
Members of the Brown County Sheriff’s Office are suing the county’s coroner, her husband and county commissioners, claiming “years of repeated and continuous lies."
December 13 2014
Brown County Coroner, spouse and commissionsers sued
Ohio
CINCINNATI, Ohio | A lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio Western Division against Brown County Commissioners, Brown County Coroner Dr. Judith Varnau and her husband, Dennis Varnau by members of the Brown County Sheriff's Office and Brown County Detention Center over accusations in reports in the death of Zachary Goldson.
December 13 2014
Open carry laws didn't stop cops from killing Tamir Rice or John Crawford
Michigan
Police officers in Ohio shot and killed John Crawford in a Beavercreek Walmart and 12-year-old Tamir Rice outside of a Cleveland recreation center largely on the belief that they were carrying real guns. Legal experts say that open carry laws and the laws that govern police use of force don't really have much to do with each other. Thirty of those states don't require a permit to open carry.
December 13 2014
Mapp, who set 1961 precedent in court case, dies at age 91
Ohio
WASHINGTON—A woman who stood up to police trying to search her Ohio home in 1957 and ultimately won a landmark Supreme Court decision on searches and seizures has ...
December 11 2014
Dollree Mapp dies at 91; center of Supreme Court search, seizure case
New York
Dollree Mapp, a woman who stood up to police trying to search her Ohio home in 1957 and ultimately won a landmark Supreme Court decision on searches and seizures, has died.
December 10 2014
Woman behind landmark Supreme Court decision on searches and seizures dies
Georgia
Dollree Mapp's Supreme Court case, Mapp v. Ohio, is a staple of law school textbooks and considered a milestone case on the Fourth Amendment, which requires law enforcement officers to get a warrant before conducting a search.
December 10 2014
Woman at the center of historic 1961 Supreme Court cases on police searches dies in Georgia
Ohio
WASHINGTON — A woman who stood up to police trying to search her Ohio home in 1957 and ultimately won a landmark Supreme Court decision on searches and seizures has died.
December 10 2014
Woman at center of 1961 Supreme Court case dies
Ohio
WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman who stood up to police trying to search her Ohio home in 1957 and ultimately won a landmark Supreme Court decision on searches and seizures has died.
December 10 2014
Big Ten Power Rankings: Week 14
Nebraska
Ohio State Buckeyes Record: 11-1 overall, 8-0 conference Previous ranking: 1 The Buckeyes finished a third consecutive perfect Big Ten regular season with a second-half surge in The Game, but the victory came at a huge cost, as freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett suffered a season-ending fracture to his left ankle.
December 10 2014
Our real white male problem: Why Fox News defeats Bruce Springsteen and liberal moralizing every ti
Ohio
White anger's latest murderous turn, fueled by right-wing media, must be addressed head-on, and not by moralizing
December 10 2014
On race and cops, where's Hillary?
Ohio
Jason Johnson says Clinton needs to speak out more forcefully if she wants to lead her party's base into the 2016 presidential race.
December 10 2014
Stephens says prosecutor misled jurors after trial with evidence not entered in court
Ohio
At least one juror believes zip ties found in Stephens' car could have changed the outcome of the murder trial, but Stephens says it has nothing to do with the case.
December 10 2014
Prosecutor: Clark County building sale didn’t break any laws
Ohio
The Clark County Prosecutor’s Office won’t seek legal action against county commissioners on behalf of area taxpayers, saying no laws were broken when they entered into a lease-purchase agreement with Konecranes Region Americas for the former agricultural building. “There is no statute explicitly requiring bidding for lease-purchase agreements like the one executed between Clark County and ...
December 10 2014
The Sober Truth
Ohio
As September 8, 2014 dawns over the San Gabriel Mountains, a morning of dread and expectation -- a day they have waited for -- finally begins for Hector Mendez and his wife of 34 years, Jara.
December 10 2014
The Sober Truth: Investigating the death of Karla Mendez Brada
Ohio
A woman turns to AA for help battling her addiction - her family says she was exposed to a killer
December 10 2014
Reality Check: Tracie Hunter's attempt at a new trial
Ohio
Tomorrow morning Judge Norbert Nadal is expected to rule on attorney Clyde Bennett's motion for a new trial for suspended Judge Tracie Hunter who was convicted on one of nine felony counts against her. But as FOX19 has learned that Nadal's decision isn't likely to settle the issue.
December 10 2014
Hunter to learn Wednesday if she gets new trial
Ohio
Convicted juvenile court judge Tracie Hunter argued a second time for a new trial Tuesday.
December 10 2014
Prosecutors: No evidence for new trial for Ohio judge
Ohio
CINCINNATI -- Tracie Hunter shouldn't be given a new trial based on "juror misconduct" because Hunter knew those allegations were untrue, special prosecutors alleged in a motion blasting Hunter and her attorney.
December 10 2014
Barrett injury hovers over Buckeyes’ case
Ohio
COLUMBUS — A star player goes down at the eleventh hour, a committee scrambles to reassess the team’s standing.
December 10 2014
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