Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine might just be the nation's newest champion when it comes to changing the culture of protecting schools and student athletes at the expense of sexual assault victims. Last week DeWine announced four more...Show More Summary
On Monday, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that four Steubenville school officials were being indicted for their role in covering up the now infamous rape of a 16-year-old girl in August 2012 by two high school football players. Show More Summary
CNN: A grand jury investigating the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl in Steubenville, Ohio, has indicted four school employees, including the school superintendent, who faces felony charges, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Monday.
This morning, Ohio's Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the findings of a grand jury investigation into the roles Steubenville school officials played in covering up the town's now-infamous sexual assault of a girl by football players a year ago in August. Among those charged? The school's superintendent. Read more...
This morning, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that four additional Steubenville, Ohio, school employees have been indicted by a grand jury in relation to the Steubenville rape case, in which two high school athletes were tried and convicted in the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl. According DeWine, via Huffington Post, those charged are: Superintendent [...]
(Reuters) - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine plans to discuss on Monday new developments in a grand jury inquiry into whether people obstructed the investigation into the rape of a drunk teenaged girl by high school football players at a party in Steu...
After Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine quietly added a facial recognition capability to the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway, which gives government officials unified access to databases for their browsing pleasure, state residents became a tad creeped out that they'd been conscripted into an ongoing police line-up. Show More Summary
It was John Arthur’s dying wish that he and long-term partner Jim Obergefell marry before his looming death, but Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, a Republican, fought to appeal a July decision by U.S. District Court Judge Tim Black that would have facilitated the man’s wishes. Show More Summary
Last month came word that Ohio's sneaky Attorney General Mike DeWine had quietly integrated facial recognition software into the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway, a state database that includes driver's license photos. Caught, the AG promised...Show More Summary
LostOnThemInterwebs sends us a link to PrivacySOS which draws from an article in the Cincinnati Enquirer in regards to the fact the Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine started using facial recognition software linked to state drivers’ license photos in public without telling Ohioans. In fact the program was used before DeWine even knew that it […]
Ohio has been using new facial-recognition technology to aid in law enforcement for nearly three months—without mentioning it to residents, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. State Attorney General Mike DeWine says he didn't believe a public announcement was necessary, given that 26 states already use similar systems, he tells the...
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is facing some criticism after a news investigation revealed that his office had launched a facial recognition system, which allows police to scan pictures of suspects and match them to drivers license photos in the law enforcement’s database. Show More Summary
The name of Ohio’s attorney general should be familiar to political junkies; it’s Mike DeWine, formerly a conservative “I hate big government” congressman who is now objectively pro-Big-Brother At a press conference today, Attorney General Mike DeWine informed Ohio citizens that a powerful facial recognition system with access to driver’s licenses photographs and mug shots […]
by LifeSiteNews staff COLUMBUS, OH, August 22, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Today, Ohio Right to Life urged Attorney General Mike DeWine to expedite the litigation against Planned Parenthood and its practice of off-label prescribing abortion pill RU-486 (mifepristone) in Ohio. This request comes in light of 42 reports…
Today, Ohio Right to Life urged Attorney General Mike DeWine to expedite the litigation against Planned Parenthood and its practice of off-label prescribing the abortion pill RU-486 (mifepristone) in Ohio. This request comes in light of 42 reports of failed uses of the drug in the state. The Food and Drug Administration recommends that RU-486 […]
JUSTICE: The goal is justice, not just prosecution, Attorney General Mike DeWine says. By Maggie Thurber | For Ohio Watchdog Gary Madrzykowski, director of the Olander Park System in Sylvania, Ohio, wrote himself a $2,500 check from the park’s bank account. He also was taking cash out of the park’s cash drawer, but replaced it the next...
To deny Jim Obergefll and his dying husband John Arthur recognition of their marriage is not just mean and plain wrong; it shows that you do not care about doing what is right, and that you do not care for all the citizens of Ohio. You just care about the ones who see the world like you do.
Predictably but infuriatingly enough, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is trying to overturn the judge's order that Ohio recognize the marriage between John Arthur, who is terminally ill and nearing the end of his life, and his husband, James Obergefell. Show More Summary
On Monday a federal judge ordered the state of Ohio to recognize the Maryland marriage of a Cincinnati gay couple, one of whom is dying of ALS. The Ohio Attorney General intends to stop that. "The case in Cincinnati is a real tragedy. Show More Summary
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, a Republican, is under fire today for his plan to appeal a decision earlier this week by U.S. District Court Judge Tim Black involving the marriage of a dying man and his husband not legally recognized in Ohio. Show More Summary