Forfeiture by wrongdoing in Ohio. Is it another method the state uses to violate your right to confront witnesses against you? Ohio Criminal Law Attorney Charles “Bill” Morrison tackles this issue head on.
Ohio Judge Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage Performed In Another State As Legal On Monday, federal Magistrate Judge Timothy Black could have opened the door to more lawsuits regarding same-sex marriage in Ohio. Judge Black issued a temporary restraining order against multiple
How Will DOMA Affect Individuals In Other States? In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court overturned the federal 17-year-old DOMA act (Defense of Marriage Act), leaving many people wondering the effects this ruling will have on same-sex couples in their
Supreme Court Custody Case Update: Visitation by a Non-Parent The Law Regarding Non-Parent Visitation One of the most contentious issues that may arise in custody litigation is whether a non-parent has the right to exercise visitation with a particular child.
What To Do When The Guardian Ad Litem Is Not Doing A Thorough Job Those that have been involved in custody litigation are probably aware of the important role that a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) can play in the outcome.