Halloween is almost here, and Thanksgiving isn't far behind. Then once Christmas passes, it's time for countless Ohio residents – the "snowbirds" – to fly south for the winter.
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare.
When your child was a minor, managing a parenting plan over the holidays was a bit simpler. Now that they’re an adult in college, with their own schedules and priorities over the winter break, it’s not as easy. Now there are three adults with opinions about how to spend this precious time. And if you’re newly divorced, it may be completely foreign territory for everyone involved to divide time over the holidays.
There's nothing petty about petty theft. Or any theft in Ohio, no matter what it's called. The state has several classifications of theft when it comes to legal charges -- with petty theft being the least serious and first-degree felony theft being the most serious. Whether you're charged with the theft of a blank canvas and a box of paints or with the theft of an expensive work of art, you could be facing jail time if a conviction occurs.