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Blog Posts in October, 2011

  • Common Causes of Error in Breathalyzers: Homeostatic Variables

    There are many common sources of error in the use of breathalyzers, devices designed to measure the amount of alcohol in an one's breath. Homeostatic variables, i.e. the differences in biological makeup of individuals, can have a drastic effect on the results of a breath test. The computers inside breathalyzers work by multiplying the amount of alcohol in an individual's breath sample by a factor ...
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  • Examining Ohio's Criminal Law: The Rights of the Accused

    In Ohio, individuals who have been charged with a crime have the benefit of certain statutory and constitutional rights designed to protect their interests. To determine what your rights are following an arrest on criminal charges, you must first determine what type of crime you've been charged with. Criminal offenses in Ohio are categorized into two categories, misdemeanors and felonies based on ...
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  • Barberton Man Sentenced to Two-Year Prison Term for Pit Bull Attack

    James O. Henderson, of Barberton, Ohio, has been sentenced to two years in prison for allowing his pit bull to charge another man and his puppy. Henderson, 48, plead guilty late Monday to felonious assault, a second-degree felony. Authorities state that on June 17, 2011, Henderson was walking his leashed pit bull in Barberton the dog attempted to attack another unidentified man's puppy. After ...
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