JANUARY 3, 2017
The city of Dayton is challenging legislation passed in 2014 that places limits on how automated traffic cameras can be used to catch people running red lights and speeding through intersections.
DECEMBER 29, 2016
The Ohio Supreme Court today announced several decisions.
The city of Findlay is not immune from liability in a traffic accident case involving a stop sign obscured by a tree, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled today.
DECEMBER 28, 2016
Most law enforcement records involving the investigation of a suspect become public record once the suspect’s trial concludes, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.
JANUARY 11, 2017
Two district appeals court judges served as visiting judges on the Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday and heard oral arguments in a case concerning a workers’ compensation claim by a Girl Scouts employee.
JANUARY 10, 2017
Fifth District Court of Appeals Judge Craig R. Baldwin served as a visiting judge on the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday and heard oral arguments in a case concerning red-light cameras.
JANUARY 3, 2017
A Gallia County assistant prosecutor will fill the vacancy on the Gallipolis Municipal Court starting Jan. 16, 2017, after his appointment by Gov. John Kasich on Dec. 29, 2016.
JANUARY 20, 2017
Attorney’s License Suspended After Reports of Overdoses – Elyria Chronicle-Telegram
Former Attorney Gets 4 Years for Stealing More than $600K from Clients – Cleveland WOIO-TV
Former Lawmaker Jim Aslanides Heading Oil and Gas Group – Newark Advocate
Former State Rep. Kraus Seeks New Trial in Theft Case – Port Clinton News Herald
Reliance on Force Majeure Clause to Extend Term of Oil and Gas Leases – The Legal Intelligencer
Heidelberg Legal Saga May Be Headed for Ohio Supreme Court as Family Feud Continues – Cincinnati WCPO-TV