Smartphones are arguably the biggest technological evolution over the past generation. That change is particularly noticeable in court cases.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection has awarded $15,880 to five victims of attorney theft.
Every November, people are reminded of the sacrifices veterans have made. In Ohio, dozens of vets continue to serve by offering their time, effort, and expertise to help brothers and sisters in arms who’ve landed in the criminal justice system.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced December disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct.
Every year, hundreds of judges, court officers, and treatment personnel come to Columbus to learn more about the state’s specialty courts. This year, they came in record numbers.
For the first time, law students at the University of Toledo Law School got a front row seat to see how the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct decides the fate of attorneys and judges who commit misconduct.
The Ohio Supreme Court revolves around seven justices, but beyond the bench, there are hundreds of employees in 12 divisions who provide the jurists with professional support. Fittingly, the Court’s highest-ranking officer is an Army veteran, administrative director Jeffrey Hagler.
Lawmakers, jurists, and other stakeholders recently met to discuss strategies on how Ohio can be on the forefront of criminal justice reform.
Few people know the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center like the building’s tour guides. But for all of their insight, there’s always more information available.
People go to the Summit County Courthouse for a variety of reasons. In connection with Veterans Day, the common pleas court expanded upon its services as part of a community-based event to help former service members who wound up in the judicial system.
Courtrooms are supposed to be quiet and civil, but like any public space, they’ve also experienced the unexpected. So, the men and women who protect the buildings are taking added steps to ensure security.
It served as a natural setting for new beginnings. The renovated Palace Theatre in downtown Columbus recently hosted more than 589 new lawyers who took the oath of office to practice law in Ohio.
A powerful one-hour documentary tracing how Ohio drug courts deal with those battling addiction takes center stage Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Ohio University at 6:30 p.m.
A total of 629 successful bar admission applicants will participate in one of two special Court sessions Nov. 12 at the Palace Theatre in Columbus.
The Ohio Supreme Court suspended the Ohio law licenses of 264 attorneys who failed to register with the Office of Attorney Services for the biennium that began Sept. 1, 2019 and ends Aug. 31, 2021.
When analyzing the foundation of legal principles in the United States, that base seemingly started with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin. But the bedrock of the American justice system didn’t originate with those revolutionaries. It started with an Italian.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comment until Dec. 4 on a proposed rule that will allow Ohio to begin using the National Conference of Bar Examiner’s Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) beginning in July 2020.
The Ohio Supreme Court is accepting public comments until Dec. 4 on proposed new and revised standard probate forms regarding a surviving spouse’s automobile selection and a guardian’s authorization to sell a ward’s house or property.
The Hamilton County Courthouse has a prominent appearance in downtown Cincinnati. On Oct. 18, it managed to stand out even more as the historic setting celebrated its centennial.
Leading experts in drug, veteran, and mental health courts will gather at Ohio State University on Nov. 21 and Nov. 22 to share ideas on how to improve care for those who get in trouble with the law while facing drug, alcohol, and mental health problems.