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Offbeat Ohio has rarely used 2007 law that protects strippers: report

12:26  12 july  2018
12:26  12 july  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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It was unclear exactly what Daniels may eventually be charged with, but Ohio has a 2007 state law called the Community Defense Act that prohibits dancers from touching Despite being on the books for more than a decade, the Dispatch reported in September of 2017 that the law is seldom used .

While the law has been on the books for a decade, it is rarely used . The Franklin County Sherriff’s office found no instances in which the 2007 law had been cited, according to spokesman Marc Gofstein. Special Reports . Traffic. Weather.

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But the charges may relate to a 2007 state law called the Community Defense Act that prohibits dancers from touching customers and vice versa – excluding immediate family members.

The law was introduced by a conservative religious group as an initiated state statute, and later took effect under former Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland without his signature, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

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Since Ohio and New Jersey re-ratified the Fourteenth Amendment in 2003, all U.S. states that existed during Reconstruction have ratified the amendment. The Court first ruled that privacy was protected by the Constitution in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), which overturned a Connecticut law

But despite being on the books for more than a decade, the law is seldom enforced, the Dispatch reported last September.

In fact, the Franklin County Sherriff’s Office in Columbus has no record of the law ever being cited, a spokesman told the paper.

The Toledo Police Department, however, told the paper it had used the law on occasion.

Aside from rules about touching, the law also covers hours of operation for “sexually oriented businesses,” and prohibits nude dancing in clubs after midnight.

Such businesses may stay open past midnight with a liquor license that allows them to do so, but adult entertainment businesses are no longer allowed to stay open that late, according to the paper.

Patrons who violate the “no touching” regulation can face up to six-months in jail and a fine, the paper reported.  

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The common law doctrine of nuisance, for example, prevented owners from using their land in a way that interfered unreasonably with the rights of their neighbors. The Court until this time had rarely found an act of Congress unconstitutional.

Everyone- The important thing to remember is adverse possession protects those who have In Ohio , a 2007 case, Houck v. Bd. of Park Commrs. of the Huron Cty. Park Dist., Slip Opinion No. 2007 - Ohio -5 is controlling. Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA). Ohio Laws & Rules.

Daniels, who claimed she had sex with President Trump in 2006 when he was married, is suing the president and his longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen to void a nondisclosure agreement she signed ahead of the 2016 presidential election to stay mum on the alleged affair. Trump has repeatedly denied the accusation.

Columbus police did not confirm Daniels' arrest to Fox News. The strip club where she reportedly performed, called Sirens, also declined to comment when asked about the matter.

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing Daniels, confirmed to Fox News that his client was arrested just after midnight Thursday at a strip club in Columbus for “allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage.”

He said she will be charged with a misdemeanor and be released on bail.

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