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31 Suspects Arrested for Online Child Sex Crimes Operation

The Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) and the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office arrested 31 suspects involved in an undercover online child sex crimes operation as part of “Operation Deja Vu.” These suspects, ranging from ages 20 to 80 and coming from 5 different counties, reportedly engaged in sexually explicit online conversations with people who they believed were minor children. As a result of the undercover operation, 33 cell phones, 10 vehicles, drugs, champagne, lubricants,…

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Patituce & Associates Files Lawsuit Against Governor DeWine

On Friday, May 15, 2020, Patituce & Associates filed a lawsuit against Governor Mike DeWine and the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Director Annette Chambers-Smith on behalf of inmates within the Ohio prison system who may be susceptible to illness or death stemming from COVID-19 exposure. The suit asks for the release of thousands of prisoners who have serious health conditions, are older, were imprisoned for low-level offenses, or have served a majority of their…

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Attorney Joseph Patituce Representing Tevin Biles-Thomas

Attorney Joseph Patituce entered not guilty pleas on September 13, 2019, on behalf of Tevin Biles-Thomas, who is a Corporal in the United States Army. In addition to multiple deployments overseas Tevin Biles-Thomas has a spotless record and is a model citizen. The pleas were made during a video arraignment in a Cuyahoga County courtroom. The 24-year-old man was indicted in August following a purported eight month investigation on charges of murder, voluntary manslaughter, felony…

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The State of Ohio vs. Anthony J. Bates

Attorney Joe Patituce Achieves Yet Another Client Victory Attorney Patituce works hard to make sure justice is served—and it shows. He recently achieved great success on behalf of a client in a contentious jury trial, The State of Ohio vs. Anthony J. Bates (CR-17-613557-A). The alleged victim accused Patituce’s client of ramming her head into a washing machine and fracturing her skull. The client faced charges of felonious assault, disruption of public service, domestic violence,…

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