NOVEMBER 24, 2015
The state department of education is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to uphold $7.9 million in cuts it made to funding for three public school districts in 2005.
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
The family of an Elyria city police officer killed while on leave to run a union-sponsored steak fry is entitled to workers’ compensation death benefits even though he was killed while running an errand for the event, an Ohio appeals court ruled.
A Cincinnati teen who was interviewed by police following two murders will argue to the Ohio Supreme Court that a state law governing recorded interrogations violated his constitutional rights.
NOVEMBER 12, 2015
State law requires convicted sex offenders to register and to verify their addresses periodically with authorities.
NOVEMBER 10, 2015
In separate disciplinary cases announced today, the Ohio Supreme Court indefinitely suspended two attorneys, each with more than 20 years of legal experience, from the practice of law.
Here is a look at upcoming Ohio Supreme Court events and important moments in history for the week of Nov. 23, 2015.
NOVEMBER 18, 2015
David L. Landefeld, who won election on Nov. 3 to a full six-year term as a Fairfield County Municipal Court judge, will take his seat early after his appointment by Gov. John R. Kasich on Nov. 17.
NOVEMBER 4, 2015
Voters in 29 Ohio counties yesterday selected municipal court judges.
OCTOBER 27, 2015
Judge Julia Dorrian has nearly 12 years of service on the bench, with the last four and a half years being at the Tenth District Court of Appeals in Franklin County.
OCTOBER 14, 2015
Ohio Judicial candidates who seek election in 2016 must attend a campaign practices seminar and will have their first opportunity to satisfy this requirement on Dec. 3.
NOVEMBER 24, 2015
Court Rules 15-Year Delay in Resentencing Was Not Prejudicial – Columbus Daily Reporter
Court of Appeals Rejects Murderer’s Appeal Filed 10 Years Too Late – Columbus Daily Reporter
Tracie Hunter Wants to Run for Judge Again – Cincinnati WCPO-TV