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Attorney Joseph Patituce Discusses Myles Garrett’s Actions

On Thursday, November 14, 2019, football fans across the nation watched as Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped off the helmet of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. After getting the protective gear free, Garrett then hit his opponent’s head with it. The next day, the NFL issued a statement, saying it decided to suspend Garrett indefinitely for his on-field actions. In a sport where physical contact is the norm, is a suspension all the…

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Company Holiday Parties & Sex Crimes

To celebrate the holidays and another year of productivity and success, many U.S. companies host holiday parties to thank their employees for a job well done. These celebrations often consist of fancy dinners, gift exchanges, an open bar, and even dancing. But in recent years, many companies have either toned down their holiday parties by not supplying alcohol or getting rid of the festivities altogether. According to 2018 survey by the Chicago employment agency Challenger,…

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Three More Ohio Cities Set to Decriminalize Cannabis

Voters in Bremen, Nelsonville, Bremen, and Northwood each approved local ballot items to decriminalize marijuana possession on Tuesday, November 6. On the other hand, voters in Amherst, Wren, and Adena rejected similar measures. The local initiatives in Bremen and Nelsonville make possession of up to 200 grams punishable by the “lowest penalty allowed by state law,” rather than a misdemeanor that carries a maximum 30-day jail sentence and a fine of up to $250. In…

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