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Burdens of Proof in Personal Injury Cases

  Toledo Personal Injury Attorney Explains the different burdens of proof   The fact that someone can be found not guilty of a criminal violation, but liable in a civil matter is confusing and often counterintuitive. However, there is a good reason for this. The reason relates to the different burdens of proof between civil …

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Laptops, Privacy and The Border

On Thursday, a Federal Judge in New York ruled that authorities can seize and inspect laptops at all United States borders. The United States Constitution promises all citizens freedom from unreasonable search and seizures. Generally what this means is that the police or government cannot search or seize property without probable cause that a crime …

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Authenticating Electronic Communications

The more and more we utilize the internet to communicate, the more often the issue of admissibility of electronic communications matters. Facebook is listed in a third of divorce filings. Every minute, nearly 1 million pieces of information are shared on Facebook alone. The Internal Revenue Service has admitted that it may (and probably already …

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92.5 KISS FM: Ask a Lawyer Segment

Every third wednesday of the month, Toledo Attorney Dennis E. Sawan appears on a talk segment on 92.5 Kiss FM: The Morning Rush. In this segment, Dennis provides general educational legal answers to the public free of charge. Tune in every third wednesday of the month from 8 – 9 am to catch some valuable …

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Nationwide Survey of Drone Laws

The Los Angeles Times recently reported that the Federal Aviation Administration has issued just shy of 1,500 permits to domestic law enforcement departments to operate drones (unmanned aerial vehicles). As with many aspects of law, tech privacy is an area that tends to be hugely reactive (Consider the long list of cases involving thermal imaging …

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