With the passing of Ohio's Constitutional Carry law, as of July 13, 2022 Ohio citizens without a CCW permit can legally carry a loaded firearm on their person while in their vehicle, but not in a school zone. If you live near or drive through a school zone on a public road (where you must slow... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Ohio law prohibits carrying a firearm in a school safety zone, which includes the area within 1,000 feet of the school grounds. This applies to both open and concealed carry, regardless of whether you have a CCW permit or not.
Therefore, if you are driving through a school safety zone, you... Read more »
My family has been stripped & had everything I've accrued in my life,my garage,car,tools,my kids CLOTHES,Pics of deceased mom,even our pet!
I caught a county commissioner employee stealing. After a long 6mnth harassment. We had a day in court but the judge decided we owed $2000... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like a difficult and unjust experience. To answer your question, it may be possible to appeal a judge's decision and seek compensation for losses, but it would depend on the specific circumstances of your case and the applicable laws in... Read more »
I have radio transcripts of the whole night every officer using radio to call in items to check if the items was stolen before they had a warrant and stated under oath they was not searching until 1130pm call logs was before that
answered on Jun 28, 2022
You can share this information with your lawyer who may be able to use it to file a motion to suppress evidence and/or leverage a better deal.
Is it legal for a Middle School student to be random drug tested?
The Ohio school in my case is requiring students at random to do urine drug tests with out parent approval. The school believes this is legal as the student participated in a sport but I do not believe so. The student... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2022
Both cases upheld testing requirements. So they don’t really help your position. But it sounds like the circumstance is different as your case doesn’t involve a student currently participating or about to participate in extracurricular activities, a specific issue which has not, to my... Read more »
So I quit claim deed was given to me 7 years ago and I've been going through a divorce for almost that amount of time and it was just finalized a week ago Thursday and I went to file and paid the convenience fees and the recording fees but something wasn't on the deed a number I... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2021
You need to sit down with an attorney in your area so he or she can take a detailed look at your situation. This issue is going to be to involved for an answer on this forum.
answered on Jun 7, 2021
You could always contact the local prosecutor directly. They may have the same misgivings as the police though.
It's in the definition says unless the convict has served the president's sentence or prison terms or is pardoned or completed the community sanction program? So if I'm understanding that correctly the unless means that once you are finished so all privileges should be restored... Read more »
answered on May 19, 2021
The definition of convict in R.C. 2967 is any person convicted of an Ohio felony whether or not they went to prison but not including people who were pardoned or have finished serving their sentence. In other words, convict means any person either in prison for a felony, in jail for a felony, or... Read more »
The cops pulled over a vehicle that had no ties to us or the address on search warrant, detained us, then brought us to the address and had us cuffed in back of police cruisers while they ran into search the house of the address then charged us with possession and trafficking from substances found... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2021
You leaving out some key information. Like, for example, who the house belongs to? Was there any reason to stop the vehicle in question? At the end of the day, you need to get an attorney to look at the situation. It sounds fishy, but there's information missing.
answered on Jan 22, 2021
Yes. The First Amendment bars the government, not private companies, from infringing on speech rights. It has no application.
company is threatening to fire employees if they do not get the new covid vaccinations
answered on Jan 20, 2021
Generally, the answer to this question is yes. Employers can require their employees to received COVID-19 vaccinations. However, if you have a medical condition that renders you unable to receive the vaccine, or you have a religious objection to receiving the vaccine, you may be entitled to an... Read more »
I'm technically in Lorain County. My landlord is cool but the realtor is now getting angry with my bf and I cause we were out of town for a showing that he failed to give a 24hr notice for. He's done it multiple times now and we have pets. What drew the line for him is when we refuse to... Read more »
answered on Sep 18, 2020
The realtor has no legal rights and cannot require you to do anything. You don't even have to talk to him if you don't want to. You certainly don't have to leave the key in the box. Ohio law requires a landlord to give reasonable (24 hour) notice of having someone come in for an... Read more »
I been living in this home for 16 years and i finally decided to ask him can I put some work into the home and it costs me 15,000 and it made the value of the home go up, he can now charge $800 instead of 200$ in rent, So he wants to evict me out of the house, can I sue for that money out of that... Read more »
answered on Sep 5, 2020
You may have a case for unjust enrichment, contact an attorney to discuss how to file the claim and what you need to allergies
Masks have become very popular recently. Many states require their use in all public buildings. Many have questioned whether requiring a person to wear a mask is Constitutional. I think that is asking the question precisely BACKWARDS. I think "Does a person have a right to conceal their... Read more »
answered on Aug 11, 2020
That's a good question. Before the pandemic, concealment was a greater concern than public safety. But priorities have shifted, where the concern is more about the protecting the health of the public than of the risk of a robber concealing their identity. Constitutionally, laws can be subject... Read more »
I want to go topless.
answered on Jul 9, 2020
It is a crime to do this in public per Ohio Revise Code Section 2907.09 Public indecency.
(A) No person shall recklessly do any of the following, under circumstances in which the person's conduct is likely to be viewed by and affront others who are in the person's physical... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2020
Yes, mask requirements have nothing to do with concealed carry.
I have a 19 year old daughter, Arianna, that has 15 co-morbid diagnoses. Franklin County Guardianship Service Board was appointed in 3rd Party Guardian Dec 2019. Due to Arianna's father (Drew) and I not being able to navigate Co-Guardianship. He refuses to acknowledge 14 of her diagnoses and... Read more »
answered on May 3, 2020
You could see if the Ohio State Bar Association lists any resources, or you could try to contact them (it could be difficult at the current time with the health crisis) if they could direct you to any entities that could be helpful. Good luck
Chief's Message, Wednesday, January 22nd, 2
311.02 SPECIAL EVENTS; PARADES AND ASSEMBLAGES.
(a) Any person, persons, corporation or association desiring to use a public park, street or other public property of the City of Port Clinton to hold an activity or event shall first... Read more »
answered on Jan 23, 2020
Yes, permitting for public events is common throughout the country. As long as it’s done for safety and scheduling’s sake and not used to discriminate, the courts allow it.
Ohio revised code 505.07 seems purpose written to allow Township Trustees and Developers to effectively negate the results of any zoning referendum and deny citizens voting rights. Consider the following scenario, Trustees have been ignoring recommendations from zoning board and residents to not... Read more »
answered on Dec 19, 2019
Local governments can mostly do what they want unless subjected to a legal challenge. Concerned residents can join together and use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles administrative law, land use, and zoning issues, to advise them about filing a lawsuit.
My sister is being charged with this. Also so is another person. Solely off of a text message. Sat 6 month already in the county jail with a court apt lawyer who didnt even know she had court today. Guy bought from my sister then went and bought from someone else bcuz he said hers was junk. Brother... Read more »
answered on Oct 25, 2019
They’re really serious these days about finding those who sell deadly drugs and holding them accountable despite the actions of their buyers. She really needs to work with an attorney she trusts.
My friend has an apartment. Me and him both have jobs. I would still be going to school and getting my education.
answered on Sep 30, 2019
It could cause problems for you and for him if you leave before 18. Hang on for 30 more days. But consider that if you leave now or when 18, you might no longer have any health insurance, car insurance, or other support from your family. If your friend later kicks you out, then that could be... Read more »
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