When people in Ohio decide to divorce, it can quickly become apparent that the end of every marriage is unique. Some people, regardless of assets, may be swiftly able to reach a negotiated settlement and move on amicably. However, when a divorce is more contentious and involves extensive assets or children, the process can become lengthy and challenging. When both parties cannot reach an agreement over the distribution of property or custody of the children, it could lead to ongoing court hearings on these key issues. As a result, each spouse may find it useful to rely on expert witnesses in order to bolster their claims.
More aggressive policing policies in Ohio and around the country have led to a significant increase in the number of young people being arrested. This was the conclusion reached by researchers from the RAND Corporation after studying information compiled over several decades from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. The data suggests that Americans between the ages of 26 and 35 today are 3.6 times more likely to have been taken into custody by police than those who are older than 66.