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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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Charged with Solicitation from a massage parlor sting?

Solicitation is a serious offense that can have life-altering consequences for your life, career, and family.  These charges can pack some very serious penalties and collateral consequences as they are in Chapter 2907 of the Ohio Revised Code – the same code section as other sex offenses such as Rape, Sexual Battery, and Gross Sexual Imposition.   Penalties for Solicitation in Ohio Up to six months in jail per incident (i.e. every visit the massage parlor…

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What Happens When You Fail to Register as a Sex Offender

When you are required to register as a sex offender in Ohio, it is not uncommon to consider finding a way to avoid registering and live off the grid. However, if you attempt to live and work without registering as the law dictates, you will likely get arrested and face additional penalties, such as prison time or fines. Failure to register as a sex offender doesn’t always occur because you decided to ignore your duties…

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Do I Need to Register as a Sex Offender for Life?

If you have been convicted of asex crime in Ohio, one of the requirements of your sentence is sex offender registration. But do you have to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life? The answer: it depends. According to current state law, there are three levels of registration for convicted sex offenders: Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III. The tier level assigned to a person corresponds to his/her conviction. The…

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