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Blog Posts in February, 2013

  • Recent Case Victory Defending Against Felony Aggravated Burglary

    Recently, our firm represented a client who was facing an aggravated burglary felony charge, that would result in 11 years of prison. One of our founding attorneys, Thomas DiCaudo, represented the client in court, where the client was asked to plead guilty if the charges were reduced. After sitting down with the client, Mr. DiCaudo had to inform the Prosecutor's Office that they were going to ...
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  • FDA Urged To Consider Reclassification Of Hydrocodone

    On January 25, 2013, the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee recommended that the Food and Drug Adminstration place tighter restrictions on hyrdrocodone, he most widely prescribed drug in the United States. The Committee advocated that hydrocodone should be reclassified from a schedule III drug, one defined as having moderate abuse potential, to a schedule II, those drugs with high ...
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  • Ohio's Fifth District Court Of Appeals Rules That Driving Slowly Is Not Grounds For A Traffic Stop

    Last Friday, Ohio's Fifth District Court of Appeals issued a decision in State v. Dean (5 th Dist. 2013), 2013-Ohio-313, holding that a traffic stop of a motorist traveling substantially under the speed limit is not permissible unless the driver is obstructing the flow of traffic. The case stems from a traffic stop by a Pataskala police officer of Alan Dean occurring on March 18, 2012. After ...
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