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Blog Posts in December, 2011

  • Ohio State Highway Patrol To Crack Down On Drunk Driving During Holiday

    Yesterday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol issued a press release stating that it "will be out in full force this holiday season removing dangerous and impaired drivers in an effort to reach historic lows in the number of people killed on Ohio's roadways in 2011." According to the press release, traffic fatalities increased to 1,080 over the record low of 1,022 recorded in 2009. The OSHP took the ...
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  • Obama Calls For Tougher Penalties For Financial Crimes

    In a speech given last Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama, called for improved oversight and accountability for financial firms, suggesting that harsher punishments should be imposed for criminal acts. Obama's proposal quickly followed that of chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission , Mary L. Schapiro , to raise the level of available civil penalties for violations of securities ...
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  • Defense Attorneys For Barry Bonds Request Leniency In Sentencing

    The SF Gate reports that Tuesday, defense attorneys for former Giant's baseball star Barry Bonds asked U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston for leniency in imposing sentence upon Bonds after he was convicted of obstruction of justice in connection with his testimony about steroids to a federal grand jury. Bonds was convicted in April of trying to thwart an investigation into steroid ...
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