CINCINNATI (AP) — U.S. Sen. Rand Paul blended his message of libertarian-fueled privacy policies with civil rights-inspired criminal justice reforms during a speech Friday to the National Urban League's annual convention in this presidential battleground state.
The Kentucky Republican announced he would introduce legislati ... (full story)
A California-based agency has taken issue with an Ohio bill that originally sought to decriminalize the knowing violation of a posted firearms prohibition by a landowner in a parking area on his or her own private property.
As introduced, Senate Bill 338 would have repealed a current law provision that allows a lessor of governm ... (full story)
The Ohio House and has joined the Senate in unanimously passing a piece of proposed legislation designed to clarify state law with regard to the issuance of protection orders.
The bill, Senate Bill 261, provides that a person who recklessly violates a protection order would be guilty of the offense of violating a protection orde ... (full story)
A trial court did not err by denying a man’s request that the clerk of courts issue him a $450 check, according to a recent ruling by the 10th District Court of Appeals.
Mustafa Muhammad appealed to the three-judge appellate panel after the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas denied his writ of replevin without a hearing ... (full story)
A murder conviction handed down in the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas was recently upheld by a panel of judges in the 1st District Court of Appeals.
The defendant, Robert Davenport, appealed his conviction following a jury trial for the aggravated murder of Lincoln Lewis.
In eight assignments of error he argued that th ... (full story)