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Forty-three people were indicted in federal court for their roles in two separate conspiracies to sell large amounts of drugs in the Mansfield area. The drugs included fentanyl, heroin, oxycodone, marijuana, crack cocaine, cocaine and methamphetamine. Some of these...read more
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and the ACLU of Ohio today filed a federal lawsuit that alleges the suburb of Bedford's nuisance ordinance is unconstitutional and discriminatory. The suit specifically says the city used its ordinance to label the apartment of a...read more
In a deposition, you may have wondered why a court reporter is used to take down the record. People have asked many times why court reporters are still used when a tape recorder can do essentially the same thing, right? So why is a live court reporter still necessary...read more
What is Litigation Funding? It is when a 3rd-party professional can pay all (or some of) the costs of the lawsuit. Some of these costs may include witness fees, court fees, and attorney fees. If the lawsuit is won, the funder can share in a portion of the proceeds...read more
It’s no secret that court reporters have to write quickly. In order to keep up with quick changes and fast speakers, it’s a wonder how anyone is able to keep up with everything going on. Most people cannot write or type anywhere near as fast as most people speak, so...read more
There is no shortage of weird laws in the state of Ohio. One such weird law that exists is that it is illegal to sell Corn Flakes on Sunday. What?! Where did this come from? This law was most likely created from America’s puritan roots in the late 1800s and early...read more