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- Appeals judge will hear Ohio traffic camera case Updated: Apr-13-14 3:01 pm
- Ohio prosecutor appealing ruling on GPS tracking Updated: Apr-09-14 10:32 am
- Top Ohio court to hear traffic camera arguments Updated: Apr-08-14 12:45 pm
- Woman fights Ohio law limiting claims versus state Updated: Apr-06-14 11:32 am
- Libertarian's request to be on Ohio ballot denied Updated: Apr-03-14 12:35 pm
- Ohio high school gunman appeals life sentence Updated: Mar-26-14 2:36 pm
- Former Ohio cop freed again in ex-wife's killing Updated: Mar-20-14 5:29 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Divisions were to be expected on a panel that spent more than two years studying capital punishment in the state, the chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court said as the group wraps up its work.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A veteran northeast Ohio appellate judge will sit in when the Ohio Supreme Court decides in a lawsuit against traffic camera enforcement.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A prosecutor said he will ask the Ohio Supreme Court to consider whether police can use GPS devices to track vehicles without a warrant.
CINCINNATI - The Ohio Supreme Court plans to hear arguments in two months on the use of traffic cameras, in a case one group says could affect every state resident who drives or owns a vehicle.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court is set to hear arguments later this month over a challenge of a state law that puts a two-year time limit on sexual abuse lawsuits to be filed against the state.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday denied a request from a Libertarian candidate seeking to force the state's elections chief to place his name on primary ballots.
CHARDON, Ohio - An attorney for a teenager who pleaded guilty to killing three students in a high school cafeteria asked an appeals court Wednesday to toss out his sentence of life without parole because he was 17 at the time of the shooting.
AKRON, Ohio - A former police captain released after nearly 15 years in prison for his ex-wife's slaying landed back in custody for a few hours Thursday after an appeals court ruled a judge was wrong to free him based on bite-mark DNA testing.