Ohio Court Upholds Police Entry Into Home Over Failure To Signal TurnTheNewspaper
Feb. 19, 2013
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The Ohio Court of Appeals on Friday upheld the police use of a battering ram on the home of a suspect who failed to properly signal a turn. The court majority also took the unusual step of noting that they disagreed with their own decision and called on the state Supreme Court to overturn the precedent.