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Medina Cty. holds National Drug Court Awareness celebration

From inspirational journeys of despair to hopefulness to firsthand accounts of the obstacles encountered on the road to recovery—those are some of the stories that were posted on the Medina County Drug Court’s Facebook page in May to pay tribute to participants and graduates of the Medina Intervention Program (MIP) as pa ... (full story)

Why 'I was just being sarcastic' can be such a convenient excuse

(THE CONVERSATION) After President Donald Trump said during his June 20 rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that increased testing was responsible for the surging number of infections, the condemnation of the inaccurate claimwas swift.
Six days later, during a Fox News town hall, Sean Hannity asked Trump about those remarks on increased ... (full story)

9th District: Unborn baby has home state under UCCJEA

The 9th District Court of Appeals recently found a Medina County Domestic Relations erred by determining an unborn baby did not have a home state under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.
Appellant Trish Veronie and Joseph Van Brocklin Mireles (“Father”) married on May 9, 2015, in Louisiana. ... (full story)

Former Mahoning Bar president receives Distinguished Service Award

He didn’t set out to be a lawyer, but once he started practicing Robert Christian said he quickly became aware of his ability to make a positive difference in his clients’ lives.
“Being a lawyer lets you help a lot of people in a variety of situations,” said Christian, a solo practitioner in Youngstown. ... (full story)

Brennan Manna Diamond to open another office

As Ohio businesses continue to gear back up, leaders at one Akron law firm are announcing some good news.
Brennan Manna Diamond President Matthew Heinle says not only was the firm able to avoid layoffs during the state’s stay-at-home order, it’s also preparing to open a new office in Orlando, Florida on Sept. 1.
... (full story)