After 36 years and scores of high-profile cases, Akron attorney Bill Evans recalls the first murder examination he conducted as a polygraph expert.
A Bath woman disappeared without a trace, and police questioned a man who delivered a water softener to her home that day.
“He was not a suspect, but he was the guy last kno ... (full story)
The 9th District Court of Appeals ruled recently that a Summit County man’s convictions for retaliation, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and aggravated menacing were not against the manifest weight of the evidence, affirming the trial court’s guilty findings.
The three-judge appellate panel also ruled to reverse ... (full story)
The 9th District Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Akron Municipal Court recently when it found that Pierre Cabell was not guilty of coercion.
According to case summary, in early March 2012, Donald and Shannon Alexander’s pit bull went missing.
The dog, Papa Bear, escaped from the Alexanders’ fenced ya ... (full story)
A few weeks ago Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen wrote something regrettable about race. This in itself was sadly unremarkable. Cohen, once a bright star in the Posts’ firmament but now long since dimmed, seems to be incapable of writing about race without sticking his foot somewhere, and seems equally incapable of ref ... (full story)
After a professional lifetime dedicated to public service, 7th District Court of Appeals Judge Joseph J. Vukovich will retire from the bench after his term of office ends on Feb. 8, 2015. That date will see the end of his third term on the appellate bench.
“I am very grateful that the public has put me in this position,&rd ... (full story)