ACLU of Ohio Takes a Look at State's Nuisance Laws

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Many cities have nuisance laws meant to keep neighborhoods peaceful.  A variety of offenses are covered by the laws from disturbing the peace to crack houses. When police are called multiple times to a certain location, it's considered a nuisance. But what if those calls are made by the victim of domestic violence?  

Guests: 
  • Mike Brickner, Senior Policy Director, American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio  
  • Rebecca, Domestic Violence Survivor

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