Jeff Wren

Jeff Wren is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2018 and currently consults at LexisNexis. He has worked in criminal defense, landlord tenant, real property, copyright, and trademark law. He plans on practicing law on the side specializing in criminal defense and eventually patent law.

Chanel Miller’s Sexual Assault Memoir Is One That All Women Deserve Following Brock Turner Case

“No wallet, no ID. Policemen were summoned, a Stanford dean was awakened to come see if he could recognize me, witnesses asked around; nobody knew who I belonged to, where I’d come from, who I was.” — Chanel Miller Throughout the Brock Turner trial, you knew her as “Emily Doe.” Now, meet Chanel Miller, who released her memoir, “Know My Name,” back on September 24, which focuses on the assault case. The Brock Turner trial sparked a national uproar against sexual assault...

Chris Watts: The Psychology Behind a Chilling Legal Confession

Earlier this week, convicted killer, Chris Watts, received three-consecutive life-sentences after the puzzling and brutal murder of his wife, two children, and unborn son last year. The Timeline Last year, the public learned about the Watts family–a happy and healthy family who posted selfies of themselves together, regularly on social media. Or so the world thought. The news came to a complete surprise to those who knew the couple. On its face, their relationship seemed perfect, but as...

‘Epstein Did Not Kill Himself’: A Look Behind the Conspiracy

The name “Jeffrey Epstein” has recently become all too familiar in the news, but not for reasons we would enjoy hearing. Epstein, an extremely successful American financier, also had skeletons in his closet with a dark persona. He was also a convicted sex offender. In July of 2006, Epstein was arrested for accusations of organizing a sex trafficking operation from his mansion in Manhattan, Palm Beach, and his 75-acre Little St. James Island resort, dubbed “Pedophile Island.”...

Could Our President Be Legally ‘Impeached?’ Here’s the Law.

Yes, but unlikely based on what’s been presented thus far. As the impeachment hearings against President Trump continue, one thing has become more apparent – our political system has never been more divided. If there’s anything to take away from the impeachment hearings, it’s that there is an interesting legal question to ponder — have we become so divided as a country, that we are now willing to go through an entire impeachment inquiry process, simply because a sitting U.S....

Ohio High-School Goes On Lock-Down After Swatting Call

In less than sixty seconds, an Ohio gunman killed nine people in Dayton, Ohio, and injured more than thirty people, putting an entire community on lock-down. The Oregon District tragedy forever impacted the lives of victims in the community. Unfortunately, three-months after the shooting in Dayton, gun violence has continued, with a series of false reports that placed one Ohio high-school on lock-down. The Lock-Down On November 15, the Springboro Police Department brought a 12-year-old student...

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