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Is Sexting a Crime?

Back in the early days of cell phones, you could dial up others and even call 911, but beyond that, you were pretty limited to carrying around a clunky, expensive device that may or may not find a network to use when you needed it.

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When Does a Sex Crime Become a Federal Offense?

According to statistics from the United States Sentencing Commission, there were 57,377 federal criminal cases where offenders were sentenced in the Fiscal Year 2021. Both federal and state laws prohibit sex-related crimes, including rape, sexual assault, human sex trafficking, and child pornography. Though, most sex offenses are prosecuted at the state level. However, a sex crime may be prosecuted by the federal court depending on the surrounding circumstances.

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Are Parents Responsible For Their Child’s Crimes?

Parenting is one of the greatest privileges in life—and also one of the most challenging tasks. It can be very disappointing and frustrating when your child makes mistakes as they grow up, especially when those mistakes lead to criminal charges. What is even more frustrating is that you, as a parent, can be held responsible for your child’s actions.

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Ohio’s Criminal Appeals Process

If you’ve been sentenced or convicted of a crime, you’ve likely already been through a long and agonizing process. You may feel overwhelmed and scared about what the future holds—but for some people, there may still be hope.

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Prostitution Charges in Ohio

Ohio treats all prostitution charges, including soliciting prostitution, very seriously. When a person is convicted of these kinds of charges, the consequences can be devastating. That is why it is essential to understand prostitution charges in Ohio and contact a skilled criminal defense attorney to help you move forward.

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The Costly Consequences of Ineffective Representation

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the murder rate in Columbus, Ohio, for 2020 was 19.1 persons for every 100,000 residents. For robbery, it was 197.1 per 100,000, and for aggravated assault, 249.9 per 100,000. If you owned a vehicle, you had a 240.7-in-100,000 chance of having it stolen.

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