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posted by | Leave a comment Relatives of 15-year-old Bresha Meadows clash over bond request in father's slaying January 19, 2017 "We would welcome any conditions for bond that the court would find and set - which would be far better than keeping her in a jail cell,'' said the girl's attorney, Ian Friedman.- Potential impact of Cuyahoga County judge's marriage to new prosecutor's advisor January 9, 2017 "I would have no problem...going into Judge Miday's courtroom and would expect nothing less than a thoughtful, fair and impartial ruling for my client," Attorney Ian Friedman said.Nemecek was selected as the Attorney of the Month for March 2017 by Attorney at Law Magazine, Cleveland Edition!Huffington Post - When Surviving Childhood Means Killing Your Father February 9, 2017 Bresha Meadows shot her abusive dad to save her family, she says. HLN - Teen accused of shooting dad in the head to protect mom January 23, 2017 Attorney Ian Friedman appeared on HLN’s Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield to discuss the case of 15-year-old Bresha Meadows, charged with the murder of her father.Daily Mail - Supporters pack courtroom where teen girl, 15, is charged with killing her father to protect her mother after 'years of abuse' January 20, 2017 Bresha's lawyer, Ian Friedman, said the girl was born into an abusive home and often witnessed her mother being abused at the hands of her father.- Judge orders Bresha Meadows to treatment facility for evaluation in dad's slaying January 20, 2017 Her attorney, Ian Friedman, said the child killed her father in self-defense.

Fox 8 Cleveland - Supporters pack courthouse for 15-year-old Warren girl accused of killing father January 20, 2017 Bresha's family and her attorney, Ian Friedman, say the teenager was trying to protect her mother from abuse.Attorney at Law Magazine - Applying the Fourth Amendment in the Age of Technology January 2017 In the January issue of the Cleveland edition of Attorney at Law Magazine, Attorney Eric Nemecek discusses how advancements in technology can interfere with the Fourth Amendment's privacy protections.Attorney at Law Magazine - Has the Government’s Ability to Hack Civilian Computers Gone Too Far?29, 2017 The Department of Homeland Security recently announced a series of heightened aviation security measures for commercial flights inbound to the United States, including “enhanced screening of [passengers’] electronic devices.” Experts estimate that United States border officials will search and seize nearly 30,000 computers, cell phones and tablets by the end of 2017.News 5 Cleveland - Convicted sex offender worked at Independence school for troubled youth July 12, 2017 “The law right now does not prevent that so it really is incumbent on the employer to do their research and then make a decision,” Friedman explained.

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