APRIL 16, 2015
Ohio’s State Board of Education can sanction, but not suspend, the teaching license of a Shelby County woman who ran her husband’s ex-wife off the road and smashed her car windows, an Ohio appeals court ruled.
A Cincinnati man who claimed Wright State University in Dayton should have refunded his tuition and paid for transportation costs after it rejected him from its graduate program can get up to two years of free education to receive his master’s degree in a settlement approved by the Ohio Court of Claims on April 14.
APRIL 14, 2015
A passenger left her bag of admittedly “illegal stuff” in a car that a Wayne County sheriff’s deputy received the driver’s permission to search, but the drug paraphernalia discovered in the bag could not be used to convict her, an Ohio appeals court ruled.
Take a look at upcoming Ohio Supreme Court events and announcements for the week of April 13, 2015.
APRIL 10, 2015
A Hamilton County assistant prosecutor will sit on the bench for the first time.
James A. Fields will join Judge Patrick N. Harris on the Fairfield County Municipal Court on April 30 after Gov. John R. Kasich appointed Fields Thursday to the bench.
APRIL 6, 2015
Two individuals with judicial experience were appointed to judgeships on Friday by Gov. John R. Kasich.
APRIL 17, 2015
High Court: Tracie Hunter Must Keep Current Judge – Cincinnati Enquirer
Man Who Sexually Molested Stepdaughter Has Appeal Denied – Columbus Daily Reporter
Court Rules Teacher Who Damaged Husband's Ex-Wife's Car with Hammer Shouldn't Have Been Suspended – Columbus Daily Reporter
Woman Wins Appeal; Court Says Police Had No Right to Inspect Purse – Columbus Daily Reporter
Youngstown Appeals Panel Hears $14.5M Nationwide Case – Youngstown Vindicator
Strike Three – Findlay Courier Editorial