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JULY 12, 2017

Ohio State University Mandela Fellows Visit Supreme Court

Image if Debra KenyanaJustice Judith French walked a group of Ohio State University Mandela Washington Fellows through an overview of how justice is done at the Ohio Supreme Court.

Court Provides Pothole Damage Relief

Driving rush hour on Columbus freeways can be stressful enough, let alone if you’re faced with a flat tire.

Ohio Supreme Court Civil Justice Fund to Help Ohioans in Need

Improving access to justice for low-income, underserved, and disadvantaged Ohioans is the goal of a new Ohio Supreme Court competitive award process.

JULY 11, 2017

Ten Cases Certified to Disciplinary Board

The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced the certification of 10 cases from June and July for formal disciplinary proceedings.

JULY 10, 2017

Nearly 1,000 Seek to Take July Bar Exam

Just shy of 1,000 aspiring attorneys have applied to take the July 2017 Ohio Bar Examination, according to the Ohio Supreme Court.

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JULY 20, 2017

Two Attorneys Sanctioned for Fee-Related Misconduct

The Ohio Supreme Court today sanctioned two attorneys for fee-related misconduct and other violations of the rules governing Ohio attorneys.

Attorney Who Misappropriated $363,000 Permanently Disbarred

A Columbus personal-injury attorney was permanently disbarred by the Ohio Supreme Court today for misappropriating more than $363,000 in settlement funds, mostly by not paying parties, other than her clients, who were entitled to portions of the settlement.

JULY 19, 2017

No Rights Warnings Required to Question Intoxicated Driver in Police Vehicle Front Seat

Image of a police cruiser with its passenger door open making a traffic stop (THINKSTOCK)Placing a suspect in the front seat of a police cruiser during a traffic stop does not alone determine if the officer needs to read the suspect his rights before questioning, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.

JULY 18, 2017

Presumed Father Not Required to Support Birth Mother to Maintain Right to Contest Adoption

The presumed father of a child born out of wedlock did not give up his right to contest the mother’s decision to place the child for adoption when he failed to provide the pregnant mother financial support, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.

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JULY 11, 2017

Ohio Judge to Head National Juvenile Judge Council

When Judge Tony Capizzi isn’t handing down verdicts in the kitchen, he has his hands full offering tough love from the bench.

JULY 10, 2017

Governor Fills Fremont Municipal Court Vacancy

Attorney Daniel L. Brudzinski will become Judge Brudzinski two weeks from today after his appointment to the Fremont Municipal Court on July 7 by Gov. John R. Kasich.

JULY 6, 2017

Judicial Committee of Constitutional Group Issues Final Report

The Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission’s judicial committee has issued a final report containing four recommendations with one centered on grand juries.

JUNE 20, 2017

Judge Substitutes for Recused Justice on Ohio Supreme Court

Image of Tenth District Court of Appeals Judge William A. KlattA Columbus appeals court judge served in a temporary capacity today on the Ohio Supreme Court.

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JULY 12, 2017

Ohio State University Mandela Fellows Visit Supreme Court

Image if Debra KenyanaJustice Judith French walked a group of Ohio State University Mandela Washington Fellows through an overview of how justice is done at the Ohio Supreme Court.

Court Provides Pothole Damage Relief

Driving rush hour on Columbus freeways can be stressful enough, let alone if you’re faced with a flat tire.

Ohio Supreme Court Civil Justice Fund to Help Ohioans in Need

Improving access to justice for low-income, underserved, and disadvantaged Ohioans is the goal of a new Ohio Supreme Court competitive award process.

JULY 11, 2017

Ten Cases Certified to Disciplinary Board

The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced the certification of 10 cases from June and July for formal disciplinary proceedings.

JULY 10, 2017

Nearly 1,000 Seek to Take July Bar Exam

Just shy of 1,000 aspiring attorneys have applied to take the July 2017 Ohio Bar Examination, according to the Ohio Supreme Court.

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