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Illegally Transmitting Commercial Email Messages Most people think of the junk email they receive in their inboxes as spam, but under Ohio law, spamming has a very specific legal meaning, and if you violate the terms of O.R.C. 2913.421, you can be charged by Cleveland prosecutors with Illegally transmitting multiple commercial electronic mail ... Read More

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  • Charges of Tampering With Records When a person with no privilege to do so, and with the purpose to defraud another falsifies, destroys, removes, conceals, alter, or defaces writing, ...
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