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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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A Fork in The Silk Road

For years, the quasi hidden website Silk Road has grabbed headlines for it’s facilitation of  ”anonymous” drug transactions. The website used a technology called TOR to keep users identities semi private, and bitcoins for payment. According to the TOR Project’s website, the software: is a program you can run on your computer that helps keep you …

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Map of Labor Day Weekend Sobriety Checkpoints

This weekend, local law enforcement has announced that it will be holding numerous DUI checkpoints around the City of Toledo and outlying Suburbs. Below, I have compiled a map of the approximate locations of these checkpoints. Note that these are not exact locations, but serve to put the public on notice of areas of law …

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Inmate Numbers and IP Addresses

There are nearly a quarter of a million inmates serving Federal prison time. Many of these inmates have served rather extended stays in custody. While there are a number of obvious consequences to extended incarceration, some are less readily apparent. Take technology for instance. In Federal Prison, it is illegal for inmates to access the …

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