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- (5/15/2017)The Legal Perils of Juvenile Sexting
Everyone knows that with great power comes great responsibility, this is also the case with cell phones. In Ohio, it is unlawful to create, reproduce, publish, deliver, disseminate, display, exhibit, present, provide, photograph, film, develop, transfer, possess or even view pictures containing obscenity, sexual activity or nudity involving minors. READ MORE…
- (8/16/2016)James Tyack Awarded Best Lawyers’ 2017 Columbus, OH Criminal Defense: General Practice “Lawyer of the Year”
Tyack Law was selected for inclusion in the 23rd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the practice area of Criminal Defense: General Practice. James Tyack was also selected as Best Lawyers’ 2017 Columbus, OH Criminal Defense: General Practice “Lawyer of the Year”. Only a single lawyer in each practice in each community is honored as […]
- (2/13/2016)Supreme Court asked to decide if man can keep his bobcat
- (1/27/2016)Brain-damaged as infant, now celebrating 20th birthday
Doctors said Matthew McConnell might not last 24 hours after 1997 accident… Matthew McConnell’s eyes widened and his arms lifted a couple of inches as the man spoke to him. That’s all Matthew could physically muster, but for him it was like giving Jackson Township Fire Lt. Sean Garvey a “bro hug.”…
- (1/14/2016)Ohio court says bobcat can be a housecat
To scientists, the bobcat is a species of the lynx genus –”lynx rufus” to be precise. And that meant bad news for long-time bobcat owner Adam Federer when the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (DNR) refused to renew his annual license because scientists and the state Agriculture Department classify the bobcat is a lynx and […]
- (1/14/2016)Pickerington teacher reinstated after charges dropped in husband’s death
A Pickerington teacher has been reinstated to her job after charges against her in the death of her husband were dropped. “She has been fully reinstated as a result of the charges being dropped,” school district spokesman David Ball said Thursday morning. He said Angela Luke, 40, a second-grade teacher at Tussing Elementary School was […]
- (1/14/2016)Charges dropped against woman who struck husband with car
Felony charges have been dropped against a Pickerington school teacher who authorities say caused her husband’s death when she hit him with a car during a dispute. The way the charges were dropped against Angela K. Luke, however, means they can be filed again if a county grand jury sees fit to indict her.
- (12/31/2015)Wife of Lancaster mayor-elect charged with embezzlement
The wife of the Lancaster mayor-elect embezzled about $350,000 from her employer, a veterans post and a nonprofit group to support a gambling addiction that drew her to casinos in Ohio and Las Vegas hundreds of times, a prosecutor and investigator said on Wednesday.