22, Apr 2014 - Lorain, OH Ohio Supreme Court overturns drunken driving charge, says Elyria court erred in dispute over eviden
The case returns to Lorain County, where the trial court will consider whether some evidence collected by police can be used in the case.
05, Apr 2014 - Will wants county diversion program ended
ELYRIA — Lorain County Prosecutor Dennis Will has asked the Ohio Supreme Court to shut down a diversion program run by the county’s six general division judges. The complaint, filed Friday, accuses the judges of violating the constitutional separation of powers and ignoring Ohio laws that Will’s office contends gives the power to run a Read More... The post Will wants county diversion program ...
04, Apr 2014 - Judge withdraws from becoming certified for death penalty cases
ELYRIA — Lorain County Probate Judge James Walther has scrapped his plan to become certified to work on death penalty cases. Walther, who was scheduled to take the Ohio Supreme Court training next week, said Wednesday that once he became certified he planned to put his name in the pool of county judges eligible to Read More... The post Judge withdraws from becoming certified for death penalty ...