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JUNE 29, 2015

Courts and Mental Health Providers Can Report Handgun Background Check Information Electronically

An important piece of information for background checks associated with handgun purchases and concealed carry permits can now be submitted by Ohio courts and mental health care providers through the Ohio Courts Network.

JUNE 26, 2015

Ohio Supreme Court Order Offers Guidance on Gender Specific Terms

The Ohio Supreme Court issued an order today to provide some guidance to Ohio’s courts governing references to familial relationship terms found in the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio and related forms and the Uniform Domestic Relations Forms found in the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.

Court Building Documentary Honored with Telly Award

Image of Chris Davey and Dan Shellenbarger holding the Telly Award statue in the courtroom of the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial CenterA documentary about the history behind the home of the Ohio Supreme Court received recognition in a national awards competition.

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JUNE 25, 2015

Cincinnati Attorney Receives Suspension for Using Client’s Money for Personal Expenses

Marcus E. Coleman of Cincinnati will serve a two-year suspension with 18 months stayed for mismanaging a client’s funds and records, the Ohio Supreme Court ordered today.

Inattention to Detail Results in Suspension for Dayton Lawyer

The Ohio Supreme Court suspended John J. Scaccia of Dayton for violating professional conduct rules in two clients’ cases.

Greater Cincinnati Attorney Suspended for Repeated Shoplifting

In a unanimous ruling, the Ohio Supreme Court suspended Rodger W. Moore of Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, for two years with one year stayed because he had shoplifted on seven occasions and later lied about it to the Cincinnati Bar Association.

Court Orders New Trial in Cleveland Murder Case from 1988

The Ohio Supreme Court today overturned a trial court’s dismissal of a murder case set to be heard for a third time and ordered the lower court to move forward with the re-trial of Thomas M. Keenan of Cleveland.

JUNE 24, 2015

Twelfth District: Bad Punctuation Puts Brakes on Parking Ordinance

West Jefferson meant to make it illegal for all types of motor vehicles, including campers, from parking on the street overnight, but a missing comma means the village couldn’t tow away a woman’s pickup truck, an Ohio appeals court ruled.

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Image of the number three next to a computer monitor with an arrow pointing at it and the words 'Things to Know" underneathHere is a look at upcoming Ohio Supreme Court events and important moments in history for the week of June 29, 2015.

JUNE 25, 2015

Governor Fills Vacant Clinton County Judgeship

Gov. John Kasich today appointed the New Vienna and Clarksville solicitor/prosecutor to fill a judicial vacancy on the Clinton County Municipal Court.

JUNE 24, 2015

Governor Fills Vacant Warren County Judgeship

Gov. John Kasich today appointed a former State Representative and Mason City Councilman to fill a judicial vacancy on the Warren County Common Pleas Court.

JUNE 23, 2015

Seventh District Judge Hears Supreme Court Case

Image of Seventh District Court of Appeals Judge Mary DeGenaroSeventh District Court of Appeals Judge Mary DeGenaro today served as a visiting judge on the Ohio Supreme Court.

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JUNE 29, 2015

Courts and Mental Health Providers Can Report Handgun Background Check Information Electronically

An important piece of information for background checks associated with handgun purchases and concealed carry permits can now be submitted by Ohio courts and mental health care providers through the Ohio Courts Network.

JUNE 26, 2015

Ohio Supreme Court Order Offers Guidance on Gender Specific Terms

The Ohio Supreme Court issued an order today to provide some guidance to Ohio’s courts governing references to familial relationship terms found in the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio and related forms and the Uniform Domestic Relations Forms found in the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.

Court Building Documentary Honored with Telly Award

Image of Chris Davey and Dan Shellenbarger holding the Telly Award statue in the courtroom of the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial CenterA documentary about the history behind the home of the Ohio Supreme Court received recognition in a national awards competition.

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