Dallas County to pay $25,000 to doctor who sued alleging copyright infringement

Dallas County is planning to pay $25,000 to a Cincinnati doctor who alleged that a county health department employee plagiarized her Powerpoint presentation

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'Freedom of Speech' Gets YouTube Pranksters Out of Legal Troubles

No time for jokes, Roman Atwood, Vitaly and Dennis Roady were arrested and charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct following an ATM robbing prank. However, these pranksters walked out of the courtroom acquitted of all charges. When pranksters have to appear in court, it might be time to turn the prank intensity down just a tad, but we highly doubt that's going to happen with these three.

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Local YouTube Pranksters Acquitted After ATM Prank

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A group of YouTube celebrities known for their Internet pranks were acquitted of inducing panic charges related to an ATM prank earlier this year. Roman Atwood, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, and Dennis Roady, and Chase Gilroy, were charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct for their prank on East Woodruff Avenue on March 4, 2014. The men were acquitted on all charges in a Franklin County courtroom Wednesday.

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Local YouTube Pranksters Face Judge For ATM Prank

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A group of YouTube celebrities known for their Internet pranks answered to a Franklin County judge Tuesday. Roman Atwood, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, and Dennis Roady, and Chase Gilroy, are charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct for their prank on East Woodruff Avenue on March 4, 2014.

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