Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Order Against Judicial Candidate Reversed

A panel of thirteen Ohio judges has reversed a cease and desist order against a candidate for election to the Ohio Supreme Court.

The cease and desist order had found that the candidate had violated judicial canons of ethics by referring to himself as "judge" when he was a retired judge.

The panel found the order unconstitutional as applied. (Mike Frisch)

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