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Founding Partners Of Raiser & Kenniff, PC, Weighs In On Steubenville Rape Case Development

Recently, a grand jury investigating the 2012 rape case of a 16-year-old girl in Steubenville, Ohio, indicted four school employees, including the school’s superintendent, who now face felony charges. Steubenville High School superintendent Michael McVey is facing felony charges for tampering with evidence, and obstruction of justice, in the case…

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Steve Raiser Appears On Justice w/Judge Jeanine Discussing Bullying Suicide

Steve Raiser, one of our founding partners, recently appeared on Justice w/Judge Jeanine – discussing the recent tragedy of a young girl who committed suicide, allegedly due to bullying. There are fears, due to the nature of the death, there is some question that it may not have been a suicide, due to the suspicious nature of the death.

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Bitcoins? Silk Road? Understanding Digital Crime

 Most recently, law enforcement agencies closed The Silk Road, a popular,  underground, illegal, drug and crime emporium, that used the Bitcoin as a  medium of currency and exchange.  While the establishment of a crime emporium is not new – there have always  been illegal and nefarious establishments that have come and…

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What Is A Felony DUI

Although driving under the influence of alcohol is always a crime, some people are charged with felony DUI while others are charged only with a misdemeanor. While all DUI charges can result in severe consequences for the person accused, felony DUI carries especially strict penalties. When a driver’s blood alcohol…

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Some DUI Offenses are Classified as a Felony

Driving under the influence (DUI), offenses are categorized as either a felony or misdemeanor charges. Across the United States, it is illegal for drivers to have blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent or higher when driving a motor vehicle. This applies no matter if the vehicle is car, motorcycle…

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