Category: Criminal Defense

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Do All Criminal Cases Go to Trial in Cincinnati?

Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, being convicted of a crime can have serious negative effects on your life. From a traffic violation to domestic violence and everything in between, your case will be unique, depending on your history and the details of the specific incident. For this reason, no one…
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Can I Go to Jail If I Am Charged with a Misdemeanor in Cincinnati?

Being accused or charged with a crime, felony or misdemeanor, can have serious, life-altering effects. Most of the time, a conviction will remain on your criminal record permanently, and any background check completed by a potential employer or other authority will divulge that information. Although misdemeanors are less severe than felonies, a conviction can still…
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Judge Postpones Trial Again for Logan County Mother Accused of Murdering Her 3 Children

The trial for a mother who has been accused of suffocating her three sons to death has been delayed for a second time in Logan County, Ohio. Brittany Pilkington, a resident of Bellefontaine, pleaded not guilty for the deaths of her sons in the years 2014 and 2015. According to authorities, Pilkington smothered her three…
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Constitutional Law & Criminal Justice Procedures

Federalism and Separation of Powers An Overview of Federalism: Federalism is the division of power between the federal and state governments. This site explains the history and current use of federalism in the United States. Federalist Paper No. 47: Criminal justice leaders often reference the Federalist Papers when dealing with constitutional law. In No. 47,…
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An Educational Guide to Forensic Psychology in Criminal Justice

The criminal justice system calls on expertise from various fields, including psychology. Forensic psychology, as defined by the American Psychological Association, is the application of clinical psychology to legal cases, which can influence whether a defendant is found guilty as well as the potential sentence that may be imposed. Psychologists may do threat assessments for…
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Congress for Kids – All About the Bill of Rights and Other Laws

The supreme law of the United States is the Constitution, a document that has served as a model for governing documents of other countries. It has been amended 27 times and has served to separate and balance the powers of government and protect the rights of citizens for 200 years. The first ten amendments are…
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Crimes against LGBT

Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community are productive members of society who regularly face ignorance, hatred, and prejudice. As with members of the heterosexual community, they are people who have families, friends, careers, fears, and hopes. Unfortunately, the hostile sentiments of certain people often result in crimes against LGBT individuals. These…
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The Three Branches of the United States Government

Executive Branch Directing the government falls into the hands of the executive branch, headed by the president of the United States. If a law is created, the executive branch works to carry out the law, and in some cases, the president will recommend new legislation that would be beneficial to the country. The president can…
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