In 2016, the Ohio Supreme Court issued a ruling that declared that the police cannot search legally parked cars without a warrant. The arrest of an occupant of the vehicle does not, by itself, give the police authority to search legally parked vehicles.
Can a person waive the right to remain silent? The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees the right to remain silent, often referred to as “pleading the fifth.” Ohio also guarantees this right in Article 1, Section 10 of the Ohio Constitution.
In the United States Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966)
, the court said that the following warnings must be given prior to a custodial interrogation:
One question that frequently arises at sentencing is what jail time credit will be applied? Time spent in confinement can be credited against a sentence. Confinement includes jail and community based correctional facility (CBCF). Treatment can count if the defendant was confined there. In order to get credit, the person had to be in custody for the case that is proceeding to sentencing. In other words, the person cannot get credit for time served on another charge or other case.