A convicted killer recently lost his appeal when the 5th District Court of Appeals rejected his allegation that his trial counsel talked him out of a plea deal that could have saved his life.
The Licking County Court of Common Pleas found Phillip Elmore guilty of aggravated murder for the June 2002 slaying of his ex-girlfriend.< ... (full story)
The 12th District Court of Appeals recently affirmed several convictions for a man who stole an elderly woman’s credit cards and used them to purchase $1,600 worth of merchandise from a Fayette County Walmart.
Jason Calhoun was arrested and charged after police found him leaving a Walmart store with a 92-year-old woman&rsq ... (full story)
State Reps. Margaret Ann Ruhl, R-Mount Vernon, and Andy Brenner, R-Powell, are jointly sponsoring a bill that would establish a domestic relations division of the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas and create a judgeship for the new division.
The proposed legislation, House Bill 595, was introduced into the Ohio General Assem ... (full story)
A man reported for suspicious activity at the Kings Island amusement park was properly convicted for drugs and weapons offenses, according to a recent ruling from the 12th District Court of Appeals.
Rodney Grisham first came to the attention of Kings Island security when the parent of a young boy reported that Grisham made &ldqu ... (full story)
In the face of funding challenges, officials from the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation have said the state’s legal aids have continued to provide essential, life-changing legal help to those in need through volunteer pro bono attorneys.
Data from the Supreme Court of Ohio’s voluntary reporting of pro bono activities ... (full story)