Ohio Supreme Court

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

How does a lawyer as bad as Aaron P Hartley still get to practice law in Kettering?

This story started with a tip- “I’m a reader and subscriber of your blogs. I find your journalism to be impeccable” and he proceeded to ask why this story of a lawyer run amuck hasn’t hit the news. I started contacting my sources in the legal community. It became clear that more than a few Read More

Dayton gets to rehire firefighter after losing lawsuit on drug testing

We can’t hire new firefighters because of the Department of Justice lawsuit, and are “browning out equipment” because we are paying too much in overtime due to the shortage. Now we get to hire back a firefighter dismissed over three years ago for a second positive drug test for cocaine because the city attorney didn’t Read More

Ohio Supreme Court weighs in on who employs the BOE staff

It’s funny- just as Secretary of State Jon Husted claims that the problems at the Montgomery County Board of Elections are a local issue- the Ohio Supreme Court decides in a Cuyahoga County case of BOE workers behaving badly that they work for the SOS: The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by two Read More

Ohio Supreme Court kills residency requirements

Although we’re sure to see an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court within days, the Ohio Supreme Court just dealt another blow to Dayton finances: The Ohio Supreme Court this morning upheld a 2006 state law that bars cities from enforcing residency rules. Writing for the 5-2 majority, Justice Paul Pfeifer dismissed arguments from Akron Read More

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