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Ohio Expungement Law: What’s changing and what’s staying the same

Ohio’s new Felony expungement rules go into effect on October 29th of 2018. Here’s a look at what’s changing.   Eligibility: Before October 29: Eligible offenders are those who have been convicted of an offense in the state and who have “not more than one (1) felony conviction, not more than two (2) misdemeanor convictions, …

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Amended Ohio rule protects sensitive information in domestic relations and juvenile cases

The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted changes to the Rules of Superintendence governing sensitive information in domestic relations and juvenile cases, which will go into effect January 1, 2016. The changes amend Sup. R. 44(C)(2)(h) to exclude certain records and documents from being classified as case documents. This means that they would not be accessible to the public, but only …

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