MARCH 11, 2014
Two attorneys from opposite ends of the state were suspended from the practice of law today by the Ohio Supreme Court for violating professional conduct rules.
MARCH 10, 2014
The Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in the death penalty appeal of a Youngstown man convicted in 2007 of murdering a local college student who was his neighbor.
MARCH 6, 2014
A Cleveland insurance company’s cancellation notice before a customer’s premium due date did not cancel the policy because a 10-day grace period is built into the state statute, according to a ruling Monday by the Ninth District Court of Appeals.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled today that Ohio’s child-enticement statute is unconstitutional because it prohibits a significant amount of constitutionally protected activity.
MARCH 5, 2014
A newly appointed appellate attorney has the right to view the presentence investigation report considered by the court in a defendant’s trial, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.
MARCH 4, 2014
Joe Milton Moorhead, believed to be the oldest retired judge in Ohio, died Saturday at age 105 with his family by his side, according to an obituary today in The (Findlay) Courier.
MARCH 3, 2014
Each March, the contributions of women are celebrated during National Women’s History Month.
FEBRUARY 26, 2014
First District Court of Appeals Judge Patrick Fischer and Third District Court of Appeals Judge Vernon Preston served as visiting judges on the Ohio Supreme Court today and heard oral arguments involving a judicial campaign complaint.
First District Court of Appeals Judge Pat DeWine served as a visiting judge on the Ohio Supreme Court today and heard oral arguments in an insurance dispute that stems from a fatal car crash involving a parked commercial trailer.
The Joseph P. Kinneary U.S. Courthouse has stood along the Scioto River in downtown Columbus for 80 years.
MARCH 11, 2014
Ohio Supreme Court Hearing Youngstown Murder Case – Youngstown Vindicator
Ex-NFL Player’s Suit against Cleveland's ‘Jock Tax’ Sent to Mediation by Ohio Supreme Court – Cleveland Plain Dealer
ACLU: Bar Juvenile Court Shackles if No Hearing – Associated Press
Ohio Supreme Court Decision Sought on Maier Candidacy – Alliance Review
Commissioner Says Law Governing Sheriff’s Possible Suspension Needs Changed – Athens Messenger
Attorney’s License Suspended – Warren Tribune Chronicle
North Royalton will Appeal State Order to Make City Land Available for Oil and Gas Well – Cleveland Plain Dealer
Leader of Check Scheme Won’t Get Shorter Sentence – Columbus Daily Reporter
Court Rules Rapist’s 47-Year Sentence Wasn’t Cruel, Unusual – Columbus Daily Reporter
Thief who Tried to Scam Victim at Home Loses Appeal – Akron Legal News