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Defendant in Wrong-Way Crash Case Did Not Change Plea
Defendant in Wrong-Way Crash Case Did Not Change Plea

A Mansfield man accused of causing a head-on collision with an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper was scheduled to change his not guilty plea last month. He didn’t. Instead, he was assigned our attorney, Adam Stone , to handle the case. The man was charged with two counts of ...

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    A Mansfield man accused of causing a head-on collision with an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper was scheduled to change his not guilty plea last month. He didn’t. Instead, he was assigned our attorney, ...

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