So, now the Ohio Supreme Court has decided that Due Process is just a misnomer. This week, they upheld a cop's testimony that he observed the assailant speeding. What was used to determine this massive break of the law? Was it radar? No. Was it the cop speeding without his lights on and this guy blew by him? No. Did the driver drive by the cop and yell out his speed? No. The cop simply just "witnessed" him speeding. The just eye-balled it. So, the Court decided that was enough to convict this menace to society. So, now a cop doesn't have to prove anything about speeding.
Once again, the Court is over stepping its bounds to forward an agenda.