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Attorney Gabe Moorman makes another appearance on Fox45

Click the link below to see Gabriel Moorman, Esq., discuss the Schuler and Israel cases with Dayton’s Fox45/ABC22 morning news team.  Be sure to tune in this Thursday, October 27th, 2011, as Gabe sits down, again, with Meghan Mongillo to talk about the conclusion of the Stacy Schuler case out of Warren County, Ohio.

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Diehl & Hubbell’s Gabe Moorman visits with Meghan Mongillo of Fox 45

Please click the below link for access to the live interview on July 21st, 2011.  Mr. Moorman discusses the Stacey Schuler and Marcus Israel cases with Meghan Mongillo at the ABC22/FOX45 studio in Dayton.

Dayton’s News Source :: Good Morning – Local Attorney Insight on Stacy Schuler Case: http://t.co/W4b17wi

 

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Diehl & Hubbell Associate to Appear on Dayton’s Fox-45

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By:  Gabe Moorman

I have been asked by Meghan Mongillo, Dayton’s Fox-45 “In the Morning” co-anchor, to be a guest on their live TV broadcast.  I will be answering questions regarding the law and commenting on some of the high profile legal cases in Southwest Ohio.  Specifically, we will be discussing the Ryan Widmer and Stacy Shuler cases. 

The Widmer trial is approaching its final stage, as the attorneys for both sides will offer their closing arguments on Monday, February 14, 2011.  The jury will then begin its deliberation and a verdict will be read by the bailiff at the Warren County Court of Common Pleas in Lebanon, Ohio.  It is likely that people from across the country will be listening intently – as will I.

The Shuler trial has not yet started, but interest in the case has been very high from the start.  Ms. Shuler was recently indicted on nineteen felony counts of sexual battery along with three misdemeanor counts.  She stands accused of having sexual contact with five Mason High School students, most of them believed to be on the football team.  Shuler, who recently resigned as a physical education teacher and athletic trainer, has been released and is currently living with her parents pending her trial.  Stacy Shuler has been ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device and have no contact with any of the alleged victims or any minors.

I am excited to join Ms. Mongillo at the Fox-45 studio in Dayton and hope to share some interesting and informative perspectives.  Please tune in from 7:00 to 9:00 AM.

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