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APRIL 27, 2015

Court Adopts CLE Self-Study Deadline Extension for Sponsors

The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted new rules that allow self-study sponsors to submit applications for accreditation of continuing legal education courses after the availability of the activity.

New Standards Proposed for Certified Attorneys

Lawyers have been able to become certified as specialists in Ohio since 1993. The Ohio Supreme Court is releasing for public comment proposed updates to the rules and standards.

APRIL 24, 2015

Ohio Bar Exam Results Release

The Ohio Supreme Court announced the results of the February Ohio Bar Examination today.

APRIL 17, 2015

Farm Animals Take the Stand at Mock Trial

It was an unusual sight to see costumed animal characters in the courtroom.

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APRIL 28, 2015

Court of Claims: Kent State Owes Fired Football Coach $112,000 for Breaching Contract

Kent State University tried to reverse the legal argument it used to recover money from its former head basketball coach, but was tripped up in court and suffered a $112,000 loss to a former football defensive coordinator.

Search of Computer Lacked Probable Cause, Evidence Cannot Be Used

The Ohio Supreme Court today suppressed evidence taken from the computer of a Twinsburg man because the detective’s statement requesting the search warrant lacked probable cause and the subsequent warrant did not specifically state the items to look for on the computer.

APRIL 23, 2015

Juvenile Has Right to Counsel if Facing Possible Confinement

If confinement is a possible punishment for a juvenile, the juvenile must have waived his or her right to an attorney before the adjudication can be used to enhance a later adult conviction for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (OVI), the Ohio Supreme Court held today.

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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 April 27, 2015.

APRIL 23, 2015

Former Justice’s Play Offers Insights Into Former Presidents

He likes presidential history. He likes poker. So for former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Herb Brown one way to explore the hypothetical interaction between some of history’s most influential and controversial presidents is to put them together at the poker table where the stakes are high.

APRIL 21, 2015

Judge Wins Prestigious National Award

Image of Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Paul HerbertFranklin County Municipal Court Judge Paul Herbert today received a national award from the U.S. Department of Justice in recognition of his efforts in combating the human trafficking cycle.

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APRIL 27, 2015

Court Adopts CLE Self-Study Deadline Extension for Sponsors

The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted new rules that allow self-study sponsors to submit applications for accreditation of continuing legal education courses after the availability of the activity.

New Standards Proposed for Certified Attorneys

Lawyers have been able to become certified as specialists in Ohio since 1993. The Ohio Supreme Court is releasing for public comment proposed updates to the rules and standards.

APRIL 24, 2015

Ohio Bar Exam Results Release

The Ohio Supreme Court announced the results of the February Ohio Bar Examination today.

APRIL 17, 2015

Farm Animals Take the Stand at Mock Trial

It was an unusual sight to see costumed animal characters in the courtroom.

MORE HAPPENING NOW »