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Ohio moves toward prosecuting drug dealers for overdoses

In Ohio, the police are now taking a dual-pronged approach to the epidemic of opiate overdoses within the state: When someone suffers an overdose, they naturally try to treat the overdose victim. If the victim survives, he or she is pushed toward treatment. However, the state is also now tracking down the providers of the drugs used in the overdose with an eye towards prosecution.

Deceptive articles offering stock advice targeted by government

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is one law enforcement agency you do not want investigating you. When they do, you can bet that they're going to put plenty of time, effort and money into the case.

New law protects overdose victims and those who try to help

House Bill 110 is the new 911 Good Samaritan law, recently signed by Governor John Kasich. The law provides immunity for someone who has overdosed as well as the person who calls 911 to get help. Ohio has now joined with 37 other states and the District of Columbia in enacting legislation that may save lives

The difference between soft and hard insurance fraud

A lot of people think that insurance fraud, especially when it is only for a few thousand dollars, is really just a "victimless" crime -- mostly because they don't consider the insurance company in the same way they do an individual.

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