Conviction upheld for cop who compelled teen's false robbery confessionThe Columbus Dispatch
Jun. 18, 2013
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The Ohio Supreme Court today ruled that police officers are not exempt from prosecution under the state’s witness intimidation law.
In a 6-1 decision, the court upheld the 2010 conviction of a former Cincinnati police officer Julian Steele for intimidating a teenage boy into making a false confession for several robberies by threatening to jail his mother and remove his siblings from their home.