- Ohio high court accepts condemned killer's DNA test appeal Updated: Oct-01-15 11:41 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal involving a death row inmate who sought DNA testing on a cigarette butt found near the scene of the 1990 double murder that led to his sentence.
- Court orders anti-fracking issue back on Youngstown ballot Updated: Sep-24-15 9:24 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that an anti-fracking measure in Youngstown must be put back on fall ballots.
- Cincinnati appeals court judge pitches high court candidacy Updated: Sep-22-15 3:05 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A Cincinnati appeals court judge has announced he's running for an open seat on the Ohio Supreme Court next year.
- Former lawyer Chesley suing former clients over judgment Updated: Sep-21-15 5:49 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - A former Cincinnati lawyer who was disbarred in Kentucky over taking excessive fees in a $200 million settlement involving the diet drug fen-phen has sued five former clients seeking to collect their share of a $42 million judgment and their lawyer.
- Ohio court: Redo pot issue's ballot wording, not title Updated: Sep-17-15 5:24 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court ruled certain ballot language for a proposal to legalize marijuana is misleading and should be rewritten, while allowing the issue's title containing the disputed use of the word "monopoly" to stand.
- Ohio court: Wording of pot legalization ballot is misleading Updated: Sep-16-15 10:22 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that part of the ballot wording describing a proposal to legalize marijuana in the state is misleading and ordered a state board to rewrite it.
- 'Jock tax' ruling delayed during appeal to US Supreme Court Updated: Sep-16-15 9:46 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court has delayed its decision striking down the way Cleveland taxes visiting professional athletes while the city appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Ohio Supreme Court finds broken gun not 'deadly' Updated: Sep-11-15 6:57 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that the 9 mm handgun carried by a Cincinnati teenager didn't qualify as a deadly weapon under the state's concealed carry law because it was broken and not used as a bludgeon.