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A primer of search and seizure laws in Ohio

A search of your person, vehicle or residence is an intrusion of personal autonomy. To address personal freedom, the Fourth Amendment protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizure. In most situations, law enforcement needs a warrant to validate a search. However, a warrantless search does not always mean a violation of a citizen’s rights and there are circumstances that allow officers to perform a warrantless search.

The problem with underage drinking on college campuses

Alcohol use by underage drinkers is a major problem on college campuses. The high rate of underage drinking is not surprising given that less than half of the student body is old enough to legally consume. When faced with under aged drinking, colleges can either ignore the problem or enforce the drinking laws.

Can police force you to take an OVI test?

Police officers can often be intimidating, regardless of whether you have even committed a crime. The many stories of power abuse and excessive force have cast a shadow on law enforcement. As a result, many Ohio residents want as little to do with police as possible.

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