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January 2017 Archives

Adultery and the military: What has to be proven to prosecute

Is adultery still illegal under military law? It depends a lot on the situation. Technically, Article 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice makes adultery a criminal act -- but only when all the elements are met to prove the case. That can be a lot harder to achieve than some spurned spouses may like to hear.

Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation fallout continues

Ohio's Bureau of Criminal Investigation has fired one scientist and suspended five others after case reviews revealed that scientists failed to properly document the results of 140 toxicology tests over just a six-month period in 2016.

New ruling changes the way Ohio treats cocaine crimes

Ohio, like many other states, treats drug crimes involving cocaine more seriously than they do crimes for "soft" drugs like marijuana. Additionally, until recently, the penalty you faced for a cocaine-related crime depended largely on the amount of the drug that you either possessed or sold, measured by weight alone.

How to handle a traffic stop when you've taken cold medication

Cold season is one of the most difficult times for people everywhere, especially if you have to drive. Not only can your cold leave you feeling thick-headed and dull your reflexes, cold medications can actually lead to a charge of "operating a vehicle while impaired."

Developing a good co-parenting plan

Divorce is difficult for everyone in the family. The breakup means there will now be separate lives and households and new responsibilities. Your first priority as a divorced parent, however, is to help your child adjust to the changed circumstances as easily as possible. You and your former spouse can make this happen if you have a good co-parenting plan in place.

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