Aaron Hartley

Esrati.com: your new court reporter

Today, Aaron Hartley will be in court in front of Judge Long, maybe, if he feels like it (Hartley or Long- neither actually gives a shit about timelines, deadlines or sentencing) to discuss restitution for damages to the woman’s home where Hartley showed up drunk, and broke her door- in pursuit of her teen daughter Read More

The problem with judges for life- national and local

There has been a lot of discussion about changing the rules for the United States Supreme Court where judges are given lifetime appointments. This was supposed to be a way to guarantee that they would act in the best interests of the law and country, as opposed to being engaged in partisan politics or being Read More

Are lawyers like Aaron Hartley above the law?

OK class, compare and contrast for your extra credit assignment: Two Centerville High School students facing felony charges involving a gun incident on campus have been released from juvenile detention and placed on electronic home monitoring. The 15-year-old female is charged with making a terroristic threat while the 16-year-old male faces one count of conveyance Read More

Esrati indicts the Monarchy of Montgomery County: Wholesale

There’s a reason you haven’t seen a post here for a few weeks. I’ve been busy working on an appeal of my case against the Dayton Metro Library to the Ohio Supreme Court. I also took a Tesla Y trip to Phoenix and back, hosted a 41st High School reunion and had kidney stones removed, Read More

Aaron Hartley has been placed on interim remedial suspension. “Newspaper” finally finds story

Today, the Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court yanked Kettering Divorce Attorney Aaron Hartley’s law license for an indefinite period of time. You can read the decision here: Hartley filed an incoherent response this morning, blaming everyone but himself for his situation. Conveniently skirting the issue of his repeated sexual relationships with vulnerable women Read More

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