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  • Attorney Adam Stone Shares How TrialPad App Helped Him Win
    Attorney Adam Stone Shares How TrialPad App Helped Him Win

    Adam Stone is a criminal defense attorney with his own firm based in northern Ohio. Adam called us a couple weeks ago to tell us about a win at trial, and about how he used TrialPad to help convince ...

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  • Defending Shaken Baby Syndrome Cases and Child Abuse Allegations
    Defending Shaken Baby Syndrome Cases and Child Abuse Allegations

    There is nothing better than becoming a new parent. A baby is a precious gift. But, like all other precious gifts, it can be taken in a moment as a result of misunderstandings, preconceived notions, ...

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  • My Baby Is Gone [The Death of a Child and the Parent as the Suspect]
    My Baby Is Gone [The Death of a Child and the Parent as the Suspect]

    Recently, a mother in Bellefontaine, Ohio was charged with the murder of her three children. She is an innocent woman. She is protected by the presumption of innocence. She is protected by the ...

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  • Fearing the Feds: Charged with Drug Crimes in Federal Court
    Fearing the Feds: Charged with Drug Crimes in Federal Court

    Oftentimes, without even knowing it, habitual drug users and dealers can be subject to federal criminal charges for their drug possession and drug trafficking. The Stone Law Firm, LTD is seeing an ...

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  • DEFENDING DRUG TRAFFICKING
    DEFENDING DRUG TRAFFICKING

    Drug trafficking in Ohio state and federal courts is becoming a more and more difficult charge to defend. As law enforcement agencies adopt the newest technological advances of the day, high ...

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  • Aggravated Murder in Ohio: The Vestige of the Death Penalty
    Aggravated Murder in Ohio: The Vestige of the Death Penalty

    Between 1803 and 1885, convicted murderers and other criminals were executed by hanging in the county in which the defendant was found guilty. In 1885 legislation was passed that required all ...

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