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The Akron Legal News is a daily publication devoted to legal, financial, real estate and general news. Designated by the Federal, County and Municipal Courts as the Official Law Journal of Summit County, Ohio.

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Common Pleas Court offers extra services to certain probationers

New services are now available to some Summit County Common Pleas Court Intervention in Lieu of Conviction participants to help them explore and secure more meaningful employment once they complete the program.
It’s all part of a recent collaboration between the Summit County Court of Common Pleas Adult Probation Departmen ... (full story)

Tally of Ohio residents charged in Capitol breach up to 10

Tally of Ohio residents charged in Capitol breach up to 10

COLUMBUS (AP) — Two Ohio men are among the latest people to be charged in connection with the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S Capitol after being identified by family and acquaintances to the FBI, according to U.S. District Court documents.
Derek Jancart, 39, and Alexander Sheppard, 21, join the eight other Ohioans a ... (full story)

Proposed law would expand definition of obstructing justice

A pair of Republican lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives recently debuted a bill meant to draw a clearer distinction between peaceful protest and violent, unlawful action.
Reps. Jeff LaRe of Canal Winchester and Shane Wilkin of Hillsboro offered joint testimony of the measure, which proposes expansion of the offense o ... (full story)

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