Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

How It All Started

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Everything began in 2009 when Julian Steele got involved in a case about some robberies in Cincinnati. After one robbery, the police traced a plate to Alicia Maxton.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Officer Julian Steele

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After he found out that Alixia Maxton had three children, he quickly went to their school and arrested them. One of the kids is taken to the station where he is interrogated by Steele. Maxton is not informed because the officer told the school not to tell her.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Involvements Of The Kids

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The kid said that he was not involved in the robberies, but after he is threatened by Steel he is forced to falsely confess. Officer Steele records the confession and the child is imprisoned. All this because the cop wanted to look good.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Abduction

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After that happened, he tells the school that he doesn’t believe that the child was involved because he wasn’t a match for the physical description of the criminal.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Alicia Maxton

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Alicia Maxton started seeing Steele because he told her that he is the only one who can help her. These meetings took place at the officer’s apartment, where he asked for other type of “services” from the desperate mom in order to get her son released.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

The Reveal

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A few days later his decision of jailing the child was revealed and a prosecutor released the kid. Everyone was convinced that Steele took the kid home. The officer said that this arrest was giving him leverage while the investigation was not over yet. He wanted to convince the mom to confess, at her child’s expense.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Conviction

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Steele got charged with abduction, rape, extortion and intimidation. He was found guilty only for e few of them. Steele’s appeal finally gets to the Ohio Supreme Court.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

Electronic Monitoring

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For 4 years he wore an electronic device that allowed police to supervise him.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

After 5 Years

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After five years he finally began serving his sentence for falsely jailing a juvenile. He was convicted in 2009 after proving to the world that some cops just act as they please just because they have a badge.

Julian Steele was a police officer in Cincinnati. After falsely jailing a juvenile, he was convicted five years later of intimidation and two counts of abduction. This case is now taught in law school courses.

After Conviction

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After his trial he resigned from his job and he will never be able to carry firearms. After his prison sentence he will serve 10 years on probation.

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