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KNR personal-injury law firm seeks "gag" order to keep Chandra Law from sharing publicly filed information about KNR's alleged fraud against clients

[UPDATED] The defendants in a class-action suit for fraud against the Kesling, Nestico & Redick LLC personal-injury law firm (KNR) ("hurt in a car, call KNR") pending in the Summit County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas have filed a motion asking the court to issue, "sua sponte," a gag order that Chandra Law provide no "information" regarding the case--including publicly filed and truthful information--"to the public, media, or press." A "sua sponte" order is one that a court issues on its own, without due process of law or hearing from both sides. In other words, the KNR defendants are demanding that the court issue an order without hearing from Chandra Law or considering the serious First Amendment, free-speech, case-investigation, and ethical issues raised by KNR's extraordinary demand that the public be cut off from knowledge about the allegations contained in the publicly available court record.

Personal-injury law firm KNR accused of deceiving and defrauding its clients with kickback schemes involving chiropractors and loan companies

Internal emails alleged to show Kisling, Nestico, and Redick maintains unlawful kickback relationships with chiropractors and loan companies, and charges its clients for fraudulent "investigations" that never take place

Dispatcher's negligence leading to death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice results in "unacceptable" and "pathetic" 8-day suspension

Cleveland, OH - "Unacceptable." That is how Samaria Rice, the bereaved mother of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, described the mere eight-day suspension Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams gave Constance Hollinger, a police dispatcher, for Hollinger's negligence resulting in Tamir's death from a police shooting on November 22, 2014.

Homeless coalitions petition U.S. Supreme Court to protect voters from disenfranchisement over trivial errors

Cleveland, Ohio - Today, the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and the Columbus Coalition for the Homeless, joined by the Ohio Democratic Partyfiled a petition for certiorari asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their challenge against Ohio voter-suppression laws known as S.B. 205 and 216. The homeless coalitions and ODP are plaintiffs in a long-running voting-rights lawsuit against Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and Ohio Attorney General Michael DeWine.

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