What Felonies Can Not Be Expunged in the State of Ohio?

Answer In Ohio, an expungement is a legal process that allows you to have a prior criminal conviction removed and the court file sealed. The result is as if you were never convicted of the crime at all. ... Read More »

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Levels of Felonies in Ohio?

Under Ohio law, a felony is any offense specifically classified as such or any offense where the term of imprisonment may exceed one year. The state further classifies felonies by dividing them int... Read More »

If someone is in graduate school in Michigan but claims her residence as Ohio and pays state tax in Ohio and her car is registered in Ohio can she buy auto insurance using her Ohio address?

why do you want to know this???????? Answer: Yes, if your residence is listed as Ohio and your car is registered in Ohio, you can buy insurance using your Ohio address.

How Do I Get a Misdemeanor Expunged in New York State?

Though misdemeanors are typically viewed as minor offenses, they can interfere with how your life functions. Individuals with a misdemeanor on their records sometimes face difficulty acquiring a go... Read More »

Is there state administered Short term disability insurance in the state of Ohio?

There is no state mandated short term disability insurance in Ohio. Private plans are readily available.